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Apple Smart Keyboard Folio (for iPad Pro 12.9-inch, 3rd Generation, US English) - MU8H2LL/A
Apple Smart Keyboard Folio (for iPad Pro 12.9-inch, 3rd Generation, US English) - MU8H2LL/A
Apple Smart Keyboard Folio (for iPad Pro 12.9-inch, 3rd Generation, US English) - MU8H2LL/A
Apple Smart Keyboard Folio (for iPad Pro 12.9-inch, 3rd Generation, US English) - MU8H2LL/A
Apple Smart Keyboard Folio (for iPad Pro 12.9-inch, 3rd Generation, US English) - MU8H2LL/A

Apple Smart Keyboard Folio (for iPad Pro 12.9-inch, 3rd Generation, US English) - MU8H2LL/A

Apple Smart Keyboard Folio (for iPad Pro 12.9-inch, 3rd Generation, US English) - MU8H2LL/A
Apple Smart Keyboard Folio (for iPad Pro 12.9-inch, 3rd Generation, US English) - MU8H2LL/A
Apple Smart Keyboard Folio (for iPad Pro 12.9-inch, 3rd Generation, US English) - MU8H2LL/A
Apple Smart Keyboard Folio (for iPad Pro 12.9-inch, 3rd Generation, US English) - MU8H2LL/A
Apple Smart Keyboard Folio (for iPad Pro 12.9-inch, 3rd Generation, US English) - MU8H2LL/A
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Features

  • The new smart keyboard Folio is designed to deliver a great typing experience on a full-size keyboard whenever you need it.
  • No need for batteries or pairing. Its durable lightweight cover protects both the front and back of your new 12.9-Inch iPad Pro.
  • Simply attach to your new iPad Pro and Type away.
  • Compatible with 12.9-Inch iPad Pro (3rd Generation).

Product Dimensions 11.35 x 8.85 x 0.9 inches


Item Weight 1.76 pounds


Manufacturer Apple Computer (Direct)


ASIN B07JZYSWPY


Item model number MU8H2LL/A


Date First Available November 1, 2018


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Features

  • The new smart keyboard Folio is designed to deliver a great typing experience on a full-size keyboard whenever you need it.
  • No need for batteries or pairing. Its durable lightweight cover protects both the front and back of your new 12.9-Inch iPad Pro.
  • Simply attach to your new iPad Pro and Type away.
  • Compatible with 12.9-Inch iPad Pro (3rd Generation).

Product Dimensions 11.35 x 8.85 x 0.9 inches


Item Weight 1.76 pounds


Manufacturer Apple Computer (Direct)


ASIN B07JZYSWPY


Item model number MU8H2LL/A


Date First Available November 1, 2018


Shipping

This product includes free shipping to all US addresses.


Delivery

Unless otherwise stated above, most products arrive within 2-3 business days. Larger items may take 6-9 business days. Tracking information will be automatically provided as soon as your order ships.


View our full shipping policy here.

Returns

This product can be returned within 30 days of delivery for a full refund. Please visit our returns center to begin a return.

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Features

  • The new smart keyboard Folio is designed to deliver a great typing experience on a full-size keyboard whenever you need it.
  • No need for batteries or pairing. Its durable lightweight cover protects both the front and back of your new 12.9-Inch iPad Pro.
  • Simply attach to your new iPad Pro and Type away.
  • Compatible with 12.9-Inch iPad Pro (3rd Generation).

Product Dimensions 11.35 x 8.85 x 0.9 inches


Item Weight 1.76 pounds


Manufacturer Apple Computer (Direct)


ASIN B07JZYSWPY


Item model number MU8H2LL/A


Date First Available November 1, 2018


abunda_amazon_reviews I purchased this from the Apple Store, not my favorite drop and shop, but unlike Amazon they had one in stock. Mine is for a 3rd gen Ipad Pro 2565gb. This is only available in one color-the grey. I wanted something which would allow me to speed up my meeting process instead of unplugging my my Surface Laptop or Surface Pro, and taking either into a meeting. Sadly, this is not it. It attaches to the iPad through magnets, much like all of Apple products. Yet the magnet is weak and through general use the iPad WILL become detached from the iPad. Not on a hard surface, but more on your lap which causes more stress on the back. Or if you are trying to adjust the iPad into one of the 2 available angle spots. There is no protection whatsoever. Drop your iPad and expect the iPad to crack, bend, or both. This offers zero protection to the iPad, and because the magnets are weak, expect the iPad to easily become detached when you least expect it. And these iPad Pro 12.9's are $$$. The keys? Wow, Apple, could you have used smaller keys? There is so much room there for larger keys. The keys are not quiet, noisier than I had hoped, far louder than the real keyboard on my Surface products, but they do appear durable-so far. Now the good: So far any battery usage is good, but then the iPad Pro is good on battery life. Slim design, as it should be since there is no protection. It is also lightweight. The virtual keyboard on the iPad Pro is far better than the tiny keyboard of smaller iPads. IOS offers number buttons at the top with the 12.9”. So, you have to ask if you really need a physical keyboard. It does fold up nicely, even with a glass screen protector though the magnet does not stick with confidence. Overall, this is a $40 keyboard that Apple is charging $200 for. I am likely going to return this and wait until a quality aftermarket keyboard is released, perhaps even back-lit, which this isn't. I am no Apple puppet fanboy, so anything Apple produces does not garner an automatic love from me. And this product definitely does not impress, and there is no justification for the extra cost over the older model, even with the Apple tax.;;Reviewed in the United States on November 11, 2018;;1.0 out of 5 stars;;Way overpriced and offers little to nothing to the iPad Pro experience.;;PAPA.AMG;;;The bad reviews for this product are assuming it was built to protect the iPad (it was not). It is designed to be a lightweight, thin keyboard case that offers SCRATCH protection to the front and back of the iPad (which it does). If you are really dropping a 12.9” iPad Pro, you should probably stick to a desktop that is permantly located on top of your desk in your cubicle. I constantly travel for work and have had my 1st gen iPad Pro connected to the keyboard case for 3 years now and have never dropped it or dented it. I don’t have a case on it at all and its barely scratched after years of sliding it across the table. Highly recommend this keyboard to anyone who is capable of holding onto their apple products.;;Reviewed in the United States on November 29, 2018;;5.0 out of 5 stars;;Are you really going to drop it?;;CMCROW;;;I’m using this keyboard on my everyday workhorse the IPad Pro 12.9. Ive had it for a couple weeks now and I’m starting to find myself utilizing the shortcuts on the keyboard making life way easier while in depth reviews and work. It’s very practical in every way. Quite a beautiful piece of rubber coated buttons. Thank you Apple! It’s durable material feels great and allows the keys to travel well. The overall case or should I say keyboard/stand/screen protector is nice, and the user friendly connectivity is amazing. (Place keyboard on tablet... &Type away) The magnetic grip is impressingly strong. Hope this review helps.. I will use for now and update as I go.... ZW;;Reviewed in the United States on April 1, 2019;;5.0 out of 5 stars;;It’s Apple!;;Zach Westbrook;;;There are of course many pros to this nice keyboard...... lightweight, easy to use, stable, sturdy, handy, etc.... and it works well..... EXCEPT: And this is a BIG con: it does not work if you want to use your iPad in portrait mode. :( This seems like a rather large flaw, especially for an Apple product...... as there are several apps (Sktchy, for one) that work only in portrait mode...... Hopefully they will address this in the future........;;Reviewed in the United States on March 21, 2019;;4.0 out of 5 stars;;Nice keyboard.... until you want to use your iPad in portrait mode..... :(;;Aeron M;;;If it had backlight for keyboard it would be perfect. Price too muck without backlight;;Reviewed in the United States on February 17, 2019;;3.0 out of 5 stars;;No backlight for keyboard;;John D.;;;This keyboard is a waste of time and money. It falls off the i-pad constantly, the keys are difficult to see, and sometimes key strokes fail to register. I like the old version so much more.;;Reviewed in the United States on April 3, 2019;;1.0 out of 5 stars;;Don’t waste your money.;;IRENE RYDING;;;TL;DR I was really skeptical about this purchase, but I'm 100% happy and would do it again. You're going to pay way too much for this, but that is about the only negative thing that I have found with it. That said, I'm not looking for an indestructible case capable of being dropped from an airplane without getting scratched. The other complaints I have seen about it not protecting edges is true, but not something I've had an issue with. The keyboard works really well so far. Backlit keys would be awesome, but given that it draws power from the iPad itself instead of an internal batter probably plays a factor.;;Reviewed in the United States on April 28, 2019;;4.0 out of 5 stars;;Really expensive, but I'm happy with it;;Derrick LeDoux;;;I am not sure why others are so disappointed with this keyboard. Yes it is a little pricey but that is like all Apple products. You pay for the name and the quality. This works with the latest 12.9" iPad Pro: https://amzn.to/2P8ayus This does not have batteries, the power is supplied by the iPad. When you fold the cover back the keys deactivate so you don't have to worry about hitting them while holding it in this manner. Color choices would be nice. You could buy a cheaper version using Bluetooth but that is such a pain, the smart connectors make sure it always works.;;Reviewed in the United States on November 29, 2018;;4.0 out of 5 stars;;A good choice, especially now when there are no other from which to choose.;;M. D. Sullivan

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Delivery

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Top Amazon Reviews


1.0 out of 5 stars
By PAPA.AMG - Reviewed in the United States on November 11, 2018
Way overpriced and offers little to nothing to the iPad Pro experience.
I purchased this from the Apple Store, not my favorite drop and shop, but unlike Amazon they had one in stock. Mine is for a 3rd gen Ipad Pro 2565gb. This is only available in one color-the grey. I wanted something which would allow me to speed up my meeting process instead of unplugging my my Surface Laptop or Surface Pro, and taking either into a meeting. Sadly, this is not it. It attaches to the iPad through magnets, much like all of Apple products. Yet the magnet is weak and through general use the iPad WILL become detached from the iPad. Not on a hard surface, but more on your lap which causes more stress on the back. Or if you are trying to adjust the iPad into one of the 2 available angle spots. There is no protection whatsoever. Drop your iPad and expect the iPad to crack, bend, or both. This offers zero protection to the iPad, and because the magnets are weak, expect the iPad to easily become detached when you least expect it. And these iPad Pro 12.9's are $$$. The keys? Wow, Apple, could you have used smaller keys? There is so much room there for larger keys. The keys are not quiet, noisier than I had hoped, far louder than the real keyboard on my Surface products, but they do appear durable-so far. Now the good: So far any battery usage is good, but then the iPad Pro is good on battery life. Slim design, as it should be since there is no protection. It is also lightweight. The virtual keyboard on the iPad Pro is far better than the tiny keyboard of smaller iPads. IOS offers number buttons at the top with the 12.9”. So, you have to ask if you really need a physical keyboard. It does fold up nicely, even with a glass screen protector though the magnet does not stick with confidence. Overall, this is a $40 keyboard that Apple is charging $200 for. I am likely going to return this and wait until a quality aftermarket keyboard is released, perhaps even back-lit, which this isn't. I am no Apple puppet fanboy, so anything Apple produces does not garner an automatic love from me. And this product definitely does not impress, and there is no justification for the extra cost over the older model, even with the Apple tax.

5.0 out of 5 stars
By CMCROW - Reviewed in the United States on November 29, 2018
Are you really going to drop it?
The bad reviews for this product are assuming it was built to protect the iPad (it was not). It is designed to be a lightweight, thin keyboard case that offers SCRATCH protection to the front and back of the iPad (which it does). If you are really dropping a 12.9” iPad Pro, you should probably stick to a desktop that is permantly located on top of your desk in your cubicle. I constantly travel for work and have had my 1st gen iPad Pro connected to the keyboard case for 3 years now and have never dropped it or dented it. I don’t have a case on it at all and its barely scratched after years of sliding it across the table. Highly recommend this keyboard to anyone who is capable of holding onto their apple products.

5.0 out of 5 stars
By Zach Westbrook - Reviewed in the United States on April 1, 2019
It’s Apple!
I’m using this keyboard on my everyday workhorse the IPad Pro 12.9. Ive had it for a couple weeks now and I’m starting to find myself utilizing the shortcuts on the keyboard making life way easier while in depth reviews and work. It’s very practical in every way. Quite a beautiful piece of rubber coated buttons. Thank you Apple! It’s durable material feels great and allows the keys to travel well. The overall case or should I say keyboard/stand/screen protector is nice, and the user friendly connectivity is amazing. (Place keyboard on tablet... &Type away) The magnetic grip is impressingly strong. Hope this review helps.. I will use for now and update as I go.... ZW

4.0 out of 5 stars
By Aeron M - Reviewed in the United States on March 21, 2019
Nice keyboard.... until you want to use your iPad in portrait mode..... :(
There are of course many pros to this nice keyboard...... lightweight, easy to use, stable, sturdy, handy, etc.... and it works well..... EXCEPT: And this is a BIG con: it does not work if you want to use your iPad in portrait mode. :( This seems like a rather large flaw, especially for an Apple product...... as there are several apps (Sktchy, for one) that work only in portrait mode...... Hopefully they will address this in the future........

3.0 out of 5 stars
By John D. - Reviewed in the United States on February 17, 2019
No backlight for keyboard
If it had backlight for keyboard it would be perfect. Price too muck without backlight

1.0 out of 5 stars
By IRENE RYDING - Reviewed in the United States on April 3, 2019
Don’t waste your money.
This keyboard is a waste of time and money. It falls off the i-pad constantly, the keys are difficult to see, and sometimes key strokes fail to register. I like the old version so much more.

4.0 out of 5 stars
By Derrick LeDoux - Reviewed in the United States on April 28, 2019
Really expensive, but I'm happy with it
TL;DR I was really skeptical about this purchase, but I'm 100% happy and would do it again. You're going to pay way too much for this, but that is about the only negative thing that I have found with it. That said, I'm not looking for an indestructible case capable of being dropped from an airplane without getting scratched. The other complaints I have seen about it not protecting edges is true, but not something I've had an issue with. The keyboard works really well so far. Backlit keys would be awesome, but given that it draws power from the iPad itself instead of an internal batter probably plays a factor.

4.0 out of 5 stars
By M. D. Sullivan - Reviewed in the United States on November 29, 2018
A good choice, especially now when there are no other from which to choose.
I am not sure why others are so disappointed with this keyboard. Yes it is a little pricey but that is like all Apple products. You pay for the name and the quality. This works with the latest 12.9" iPad Pro: https://amzn.to/2P8ayus This does not have batteries, the power is supplied by the iPad. When you fold the cover back the keys deactivate so you don't have to worry about hitting them while holding it in this manner. Color choices would be nice. You could buy a cheaper version using Bluetooth but that is such a pain, the smart connectors make sure it always works.

Recent Reviews


1.0 out of 5 stars
By PAPA.AMG - Reviewed in the United States on November 11, 2018
Way overpriced and offers little to nothing to the iPad Pro experience.
I purchased this from the Apple Store, not my favorite drop and shop, but unlike Amazon they had one in stock. Mine is for a 3rd gen Ipad Pro 2565gb. This is only available in one color-the grey. I wanted something which would allow me to speed up my meeting process instead of unplugging my my Surface Laptop or Surface Pro, and taking either into a meeting. Sadly, this is not it. It attaches to the iPad through magnets, much like all of Apple products. Yet the magnet is weak and through general use the iPad WILL become detached from the iPad. Not on a hard surface, but more on your lap which causes more stress on the back. Or if you are trying to adjust the iPad into one of the 2 available angle spots. There is no protection whatsoever. Drop your iPad and expect the iPad to crack, bend, or both. This offers zero protection to the iPad, and because the magnets are weak, expect the iPad to easily become detached when you least expect it. And these iPad Pro 12.9's are $$$. The keys? Wow, Apple, could you have used smaller keys? There is so much room there for larger keys. The keys are not quiet, noisier than I had hoped, far louder than the real keyboard on my Surface products, but they do appear durable-so far. Now the good: So far any battery usage is good, but then the iPad Pro is good on battery life. Slim design, as it should be since there is no protection. It is also lightweight. The virtual keyboard on the iPad Pro is far better than the tiny keyboard of smaller iPads. IOS offers number buttons at the top with the 12.9”. So, you have to ask if you really need a physical keyboard. It does fold up nicely, even with a glass screen protector though the magnet does not stick with confidence. Overall, this is a $40 keyboard that Apple is charging $200 for. I am likely going to return this and wait until a quality aftermarket keyboard is released, perhaps even back-lit, which this isn't. I am no Apple puppet fanboy, so anything Apple produces does not garner an automatic love from me. And this product definitely does not impress, and there is no justification for the extra cost over the older model, even with the Apple tax.

5.0 out of 5 stars
By CMCROW - Reviewed in the United States on November 29, 2018
Are you really going to drop it?
The bad reviews for this product are assuming it was built to protect the iPad (it was not). It is designed to be a lightweight, thin keyboard case that offers SCRATCH protection to the front and back of the iPad (which it does). If you are really dropping a 12.9” iPad Pro, you should probably stick to a desktop that is permantly located on top of your desk in your cubicle. I constantly travel for work and have had my 1st gen iPad Pro connected to the keyboard case for 3 years now and have never dropped it or dented it. I don’t have a case on it at all and its barely scratched after years of sliding it across the table. Highly recommend this keyboard to anyone who is capable of holding onto their apple products.

5.0 out of 5 stars
By Zach Westbrook - Reviewed in the United States on April 1, 2019
It’s Apple!
I’m using this keyboard on my everyday workhorse the IPad Pro 12.9. Ive had it for a couple weeks now and I’m starting to find myself utilizing the shortcuts on the keyboard making life way easier while in depth reviews and work. It’s very practical in every way. Quite a beautiful piece of rubber coated buttons. Thank you Apple! It’s durable material feels great and allows the keys to travel well. The overall case or should I say keyboard/stand/screen protector is nice, and the user friendly connectivity is amazing. (Place keyboard on tablet... &Type away) The magnetic grip is impressingly strong. Hope this review helps.. I will use for now and update as I go.... ZW

4.0 out of 5 stars
By Aeron M - Reviewed in the United States on March 21, 2019
Nice keyboard.... until you want to use your iPad in portrait mode..... :(
There are of course many pros to this nice keyboard...... lightweight, easy to use, stable, sturdy, handy, etc.... and it works well..... EXCEPT: And this is a BIG con: it does not work if you want to use your iPad in portrait mode. :( This seems like a rather large flaw, especially for an Apple product...... as there are several apps (Sktchy, for one) that work only in portrait mode...... Hopefully they will address this in the future........

3.0 out of 5 stars
By John D. - Reviewed in the United States on February 17, 2019
No backlight for keyboard
If it had backlight for keyboard it would be perfect. Price too muck without backlight

1.0 out of 5 stars
By IRENE RYDING - Reviewed in the United States on April 3, 2019
Don’t waste your money.
This keyboard is a waste of time and money. It falls off the i-pad constantly, the keys are difficult to see, and sometimes key strokes fail to register. I like the old version so much more.

4.0 out of 5 stars
By Derrick LeDoux - Reviewed in the United States on April 28, 2019
Really expensive, but I'm happy with it
TL;DR I was really skeptical about this purchase, but I'm 100% happy and would do it again. You're going to pay way too much for this, but that is about the only negative thing that I have found with it. That said, I'm not looking for an indestructible case capable of being dropped from an airplane without getting scratched. The other complaints I have seen about it not protecting edges is true, but not something I've had an issue with. The keyboard works really well so far. Backlit keys would be awesome, but given that it draws power from the iPad itself instead of an internal batter probably plays a factor.

4.0 out of 5 stars
By M. D. Sullivan - Reviewed in the United States on November 29, 2018
A good choice, especially now when there are no other from which to choose.
I am not sure why others are so disappointed with this keyboard. Yes it is a little pricey but that is like all Apple products. You pay for the name and the quality. This works with the latest 12.9" iPad Pro: https://amzn.to/2P8ayus This does not have batteries, the power is supplied by the iPad. When you fold the cover back the keys deactivate so you don't have to worry about hitting them while holding it in this manner. Color choices would be nice. You could buy a cheaper version using Bluetooth but that is such a pain, the smart connectors make sure it always works.