A few months after the new Touch ID was introduced enabled along with M1 Macs, Apple now sells peripherals separately. The magic Touch ID keyboard costs money while the numeric keypad version can be yours . It is worth noting that the Touch ID functions only work on Macs with M1 drive.
With help logging in to a Mac without having to enter a password, you can use them to check Apple Pay transactions. For now, the standalone version of the Magic Keyboard is only available in the standard silver-and-white color scheme. You won’t be able to fit it into one of those funky designs inspired by the M1 iMac without buying a new computer.
it has refreshed several other magical additions as well. Standard The magic keyboard now has keys for Spotlight, dictation, do not disturb and emojis, as well as models equipped with Touch ID. The The Magic Trackpad, meanwhile, has a refined shape that matches the Magic Keyboard.
All these accessories as well The magic mouse, now comes with a braided USB-C on the Lightning cable, not with the old Lightning on the USB-A. Apple says the accessories can work for about a month, if not longer, with a single charge.
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