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Apr 12, 2001

Amazon today has Apple's 11-inch iPad Pro Magic Keyboard for $249.99, down from $299.00. This is the 2021 model in White, and it's available for delivery before Christmas as of writing.

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This is one of the lowest prices we've ever tracked on this model of the Magic Keyboard, and the previous Amazon low was around $284.00. The Magic Keyboard features a trackpad and floating cantilever design, and is also compatible with the fourth generation iPad Air.

Amazon also has the 12.9-inch iPad Pro Magic Keyboard, but stock is quickly dwindling on this model. You can get it for $299.99, down from $349.00. There was a very rare discount on this accessory last month, when it was available for $242.99, but that hasn't returned and at this point isn't likely to resurface.

Shoppers should note that for the 12.9-inch model, the sale price won't be seen until you get to the checkout screen. At that point, Amazon will automatically apply a $29.99 coupon to your order. Similar to the 11-inch, this one is only available in White.

Be sure to visit our full Deals Roundup to shop for even more Apple-related products and accessories.

Article Link: Deals: Take $49 Off Apple's iPad Pro Magic Keyboards on Amazon, Starting at $249.99 for 11-Inch Model


macrumors 6502a
Jun 28, 2001
Moorpark, CA
iPads are highly portable tools that are often used while being transported. I need a keyboard that provides physical protection for my iPad from accidental drops and other wear and tear. This overpriced piece of industrial art keyboard just adds to the cost of replacing something after it breaks.
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macrumors 65816
Oct 8, 2016
The Magic Keyboard is well-made and convenient, but it is way overpriced and a battery draining hog. I wish Apple would focus on those two aspects rather than just the weight of the accessory.


Aug 19, 2002
Mid-West USA
I have the 2020 version for my 2021 iPP 12.9". After trying out the Brydge, I decided to stick with the Apple. BTW the 2021 MK did fit better than my 2020 version, also stronger magnets I think. I decided to forego a 2021 White MK. As good as it looked, I was afraid I could not keep it clean.

I wonder if the sale of the 2021 means a 2022 iPP with different specifications, and that a 2022 MK is coming.

Bottom line for me is the Apple MK is still the designed keyboard folio, despite the price. Then again the iPP itself isn't cheap is it ?
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