Today, Apple took both of those steps by debuting a new iPad Pro alongside an all-in-one solution that combines a keyboard and trackpad — the Magic Keyboard for iPad Pro.
The new iPad Pro doesn’t have 5G cellular connectivity, but it has gigabit-class LTE, compatible with virtually all 4G network bands.
Somewhat like a previously announced accessory from Brydge, Apple’s combined Magic Keyboard is significantly different from prior iPad Smart Keyboard Folios.
Like its Mac predecessors, the Magic Keyboard uses scissor mechanisms to deliver 1mm of travel, improving upon the prior rubber dome keys used in earlier iPad keyboard accessories.
Apple will begin delivering the new iPad Pro on March 25, with $799 and $999 base prices for 128GB of storage capacity.

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