Use the Apple Wireless Keyboard on your desk, on your lap, or anywhere within 30 feet of your Mac or iPad — all because of its built-in Bluetooth technology. Its compact design takes up 24 per cent less space on your desktop than full-sized keyboards, so you have extra room to move the keyboard around and mouse comfortably beside it. You’ll also feel a difference when you type on its low-profile, anodised, aluminium enclosure with crisp, responsive keys. Use the function keys for one-touch access to a variety of Mac features such as screen brightness, volume, eject, play/pause, Mission Control, and Launchpad.
The Apple Wireless Keyboard requires just two AA batteries - one less than the previous model. And its intelligent power-management system conserves battery life. So when you’re not using the keyboard, it powers down automatically. The instant you start typing, it turns on again. Use the on/off switch when you're away from your computer for a long time.
What's in the Box?
- Apple Wireless Keyboard
- Two AA batteries
- Printed documentation
- Mac OS X v.10.6.8 or later
- Existing keyboard and mouse for initial set up
- iPad; Bluetooth-enabled Mac computer
- Aluminium Keyboard Software Update 2.0
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Answers from the community
Is there a keyboard short cut for page up/down with the wireless keyboard?
- Asked by Jason C from Gainesville
No, this keyboard has a similar layout like the macbook where there is no dedicated page up/page dow No, this keyboard has a similar layout like the macbook where there is no dedicated page up/page down keys. However, there are keyboard shortcuts for these functions and more:
1. FN+(Arrow up/down) = Page up / down
2. FN+(Arrow left/right) = go to top or bottom of a page
3. COMMAND+(Arrow up/down) = go to top or bottom of a page
4. COMMAND+(Arrow left/right) = go to beginning/end of a line …
- Answered by Yossef M from Brookline
Are Apple keyboards, with only a delete key, less efficient in making deletions than conventional keyboards with both a backspace and a delete key?
- Asked by Robert J from Granger
fn + delete = deletes to the right of the cursor.
- Answered by Eric K from Saint Petersburg
The one delete key moves left, is there a single keystroke way to delete right with this keyboard?
- Asked by Phil M from South Lake Tahoe
You can use Ctrl+D to delete a single character to the right of the cursor. This is because all Macs You can use Ctrl+D to delete a single character to the right of the cursor. This is because all Macs use Emacs-style keyboard shortcuts.
Here's a full list:
Ctrl+A: Beginning of line (like Home)
Ctrl+B: Backward one character (like hitting the left arrow)
Ctrl+D: Forward delete (like the Forward Delete button on Macs)
Ctrl+E: End of line (like End)
Ctrl+F: Forward one character (like hitting the right arrow)
Ctrl+H: Backward delete (like hitting the Delete button on Macs)
Ctrl+K: Kill/remove text between cursor and the end of the line
Ctrl+N: Next line (like down arrow)
Ctrl+P: Previous line (like up arrow)
Ctrl+U: Remove/delete current line
Ctrl+V: Page down
Ctrl+Y: Paste text which has been "killed" by Ctrl+K …
- Answered by Glen H from Rowlett
Can I use this on my 2009 Mac? It is Bluetooth enables but someone to;d me it depends on which version of bluetooth I have
- Asked by John F from Ettalong Beach
Does it have a Thai language on key of keyboard?
- Asked by Kitwat K from West Palm Beach
Yes, but if you are in the us then you need to order it on the apple online store
- Answered by Justin D from Gillette