Summary: I got this to use at my desk with my rMBP. I like it, and it's the same size keyboard as my laptop, but it feel smaller. and I keep hitting the wrong keys. idk it just feels really small. I am tell, so I have bigger hands than other people.
Summary: This is such an old design now compared to when it first came out. of course it still looks the business. I used one of these for about 3 years before changing to something else. I really liked it for the most part, but then during the last 6 months of use I found it turning itself on randomly.
Summary: Typing with this keyboard as we speak. I just may go back and get this Logitech keyboard that I saw that was about the same size but a lot cheaper. If end up liking it, this thing is going back. If you are use to typing on your laptop keyboard especially, this will take some adjusting.
Summary: Someone else commented this keyboard is good, not great; and we want great. Agreed! Gets the job done, but tears through batteries and is not even backlit. Speaking of not even backlit: Come on, guys, and give this little keyboard some shine! Apple can do better, and my wallet concurs.
Summary: I really like the keyboard with one exception. A small but important design flaw. The left and right arrow buttons broke off. There is no way to reattach them. I attribute it to the tendency to not press straight down in the center of these keys.
Summary: Until this week, I would have given the keyboard a 5 rating - worked great. Moved to our second home last week, and it has not worked since. Why not? I have only had the keyboard for a couple of months. The batteries should not have needed to be changed.
Summary: First of all the design is great, and the low-profile keys are fantastic. Once you get used to these low-depth keys, you'll never want to return to the older high keys. Having said that, there are several issues to think about: 1. Overpriced 2. Keys wear out fast, so you'll need to replace then.
Summary: I've had this keyboard for a good 2 years, but this year, the lower row (zxcvbnm) just stopped working. I don't know what happened, but it was something with the cables inside. I didn't want to take it to the Apple Store to get it fixed cause that would just be more money.
Summary: I am using the wireless keyboard to type this review on my iPad. It works--for typing. However, the most used function keys don't work. First, the keyboard has no home key or equivalent. Consequently, you must reach over and push the home button on your iPad.
i like it but no use of arrow keys on the internet
April S, Apple Store
7 May 2014
Summary: i like this keyboard but the only downfall is that you cant navigate or anything with the arrow keys its quite annoying when your used to a laptop, and if you want to press down or up you cant you have to touch the screen