iPad Pro Smart Keyboard for iPad Pro delivery date: Nov 20 - 30 2015

Discussion in 'iPad Accessories' started by sprtn8, Nov 23, 2015.

  1. sprtn8 macrumors newbie

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    #1
    Ordered the iPad Pro Smart Keyboard at approximately 12:30am (Nov.11) with delivery date: 20-30 Nov, still says Processing. Anybody with same delivery date change to "Shipping"? [SoCal] Thanks!
     
  2. veryangrybirds macrumors member

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    #2
    Socal here as well. We are in the same boat. Still says processing :(
     
  3. veryangrybirds macrumors member

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    #3
    Yay! In the last hour or so my status has changed to 'Preparing for Shipment' however date range changed to Nov 23 to Dec 1
     
  4. veryangrybirds, Nov 24, 2015
    Last edited: Nov 24, 2015

    veryangrybirds macrumors member

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    Finally 'Shipped' via FedEx ... looks like it has a Nov 30 delivery date :(
    it's still in Shenzhen, CN ...
     
  5. Sandman3769 macrumors newbie

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    Mine shipped yesterday, and I got it today. I like it so far. It feels great typing on it, and I like the shortcuts but I wish there were more. It is easy to navigate from one app to another, but moving around the screen from field to feild, I find that I am still having to touch the screen all the time. Maybe I am missing something.
     
  6. Lobwedgephil macrumors 68030

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    From 9to5mac. Pretty good list, but many more.

    App Switching + Search

    • ⌘ shift H — Go to Home Screen
    • ⌘ space — Search
    • ⌘ tab — Switch App
    Calendar

    • ⌘ N — New Event
    • ⌘ F — Search
    • ⌘ T — Show Today
    • ⌘ R — Refresh Calendars
    • ⌘ 1 — Go to Day View
    • ⌘ 2 — Go to Week View
    • ⌘ 3 — Go to Month View
    • ⌘ 4 — Go to Year View
    Camera

    • Volume +/- to take a photo or start/stop a video recording
    Contacts

    • ⌘ N — Create a New Contact
    • ⌘ F — Search for a Contact
    Mail

    • ⌘ R — Reply
    • ⌘ shift R — Reply All
    • ⌘ shift F — Forward
    • ⌘ shift J — Mark as Junk
    • ⌘ shift L — Flag
    • ⌘ shift U — Mark as Unread
    • ⌘ up arrow — Go to Previous Message
    • ⌘ down arrow — Go to Next Message
    • delete — Delete Message
    • ⌘ shift N — Get All New Mail
    • ⌘ option F — Mailbox Search
    • ⌘ N — New Message
    Maps

    • ⌘ 1 — Switch to standard
    • ⌘ 2 — Switch to Transit
    • ⌘ 3 — Switch to Satellite
    • ⌘ F — Begin Search
    Messages

    • return — Send
    • ⌘ N — New Message
    Notes

    • ⌘ B — Bold
    • ⌘ I — Italics
    • ⌘ U — Underline
    • ⌘ option T — Title
    • ⌘ option H — Heading
    • ⌘ option B — Body
    • ⌘ option L — Checklist
    • ⌘ shift U — Mark as Checked
    • ⌘ N — New Note
    • ⌘ F — Find Note
    Reminders

    • ⌘ N — Create New Reminder
    • ⌘ control I — Show Reminder Details
    Safari

    • ⌘ R — Reload Page
    • ⌘ [ — Back
    • ⌘ ] — Forward
    • ⌘ F — Find…
    • ⌘ L — Open Location…
    • ⌘ T — New Tab
    • ⌘ W — Close Tab
    • control shift tab — Show Previous Tab
    • control tab — Show Next Tab
    • control shift \ — Show All Tabs
    Pages

    • ⌘ F — Find
    • ⌘ shift W — Show Word Count
    • ⌘ N — Create Document
    Keynote

    • ⌘ N — Create Presentation
    • ⌘ F — Find
    • ⌘ shift K — Add Comment
    • ⌘ option P — Play Slideshow
    • ⌘ option A — Show Transitions and Builds
    • ⌘ option N — Show Presenter Notes
    Numbers

    • ⌘ N — Create Spreadsheet
    • ⌘ F — Find
    • ⌘ option C — Copy Style
    • ⌘ shift N — Insert Sheet
    You may discover that additional keyboard shortcuts you’re familiar with from the Mac also work, including ⌘ plus X/C/V for cut, copy, and paste, while some shortcuts within apps only work in certain parts of those apps. Several popular apps from the App Store also support external keyboard shortcuts. Just hold the Command ⌘ key for a few seconds in each app to find out, or try out shortcuts you know from other apps if you don’t see a list. Here are some examples from popular apps:

    Facebook Messenger

    • ⌘ N — New Message
    • return — Line Break
    • ⌘ return — Send
    Fantastical

    • left arrow — Previous
    • right arrow — Next
    • up arrow — Earlier
    • down arrow — Later
    • ⌘ return — Accept
    • esc — Cancel
    • ⌘ N — New Event
    • ⌘ S — Save
    • ⌘ delete — Delete
    • ⌘ F — Search
    • ⌘ R — Reminders
    • ⌘ I — Get Info
    • ⌘ , — Preferences
    • ⌘ shift F — Full Screen
    • ⌘ T — Go to Today
    • ⌘ K — Toggle Type
    Google Chrome

    • ⌘ T — New Tab
    • ⌘ shift N — New Incognito Tab
    • ⌘ shift T — Reopened Closed Tab
    • ⌘ L — Open Location…
    • ⌘ W — Close Tab
    • ⌘ D — Bookmark This Page…
    • ⌘ F — Find in Page…
    • ⌘ R — Reload
    • ⌘ left arrow — Back
    • ⌘ right arrow — Forward
    • ⌘ Y — History
    • ⌘ shift . — Voice Search
    Hipchat

    • ⌘ F — Search chat history
    • ⌘ option 1 — Chat tab
    • ⌘ option 2 — Info tab
    • ⌘ option 3 — Files tab
    • ⌘ option 4 — Links tab
    • esc — Dismiss
    Microsoft Outlook

    • ⌘ up arrow — Select Previous Message
    • ⌘ down arrow — Select Next Message
    • ⌘ R — Reply
    • ⌘ shift R — Reply All
    • ⌘ J — Forward
    • ⌘ 1 — Switch to Mail
    • ⌘ 2 — Switch to Calendar
    • ⌘ 3 — Switch to Files
    • ⌘ 4 — Switch to People
    • ⌘ 5 — Switch to Settings
    • ⌘ N — Create New Message
    • ⌘ shift N — Create New Event
    Slack

    • up arrow —Move Up
    • down arrow — Move Down
    • option up arrow — Jump to previous channel
    • option down arrow — Jump to next channel
    • option shift up arrow — Jump to previous unread channel
    • option shift down arrow — Jump to next unread channel
    • option ` — Toggle the channel list
    • ⌘ K — Show the Quick Switcher
    • ⌘ T — Show the Quick Switcher (two ways!)
    • ⌘ F — Perform a search
    • ⌘ W — Close window
    Tweetbot

    • ⌘ 1 — Timeline
    • ⌘ 2 — Mentions
    • ⌘ 3 — Messages
    • ⌘ 4 — Stats
    • ⌘ 5 — Search
    • ⌘ 6 — Faves
    • ⌘ 7 — Profile
    • ⌘ 8 — Lists
    • ⌘ 9 — Mutes
    • ⌘ N — Compose
     
  7. Sandman3769 macrumors newbie

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  8. jorsuss macrumors member

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    #8
    Does anyone know if there is a shortcut to lock the screen or turn it off? I know on a mac you can do control + shift + eject/power but there is no eject or power key on this smart keyboard. I know it's easy enough to just hit the power button but sometimes it's nice to do it on they fly when I'm done typing.
     

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