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    They make one specifically for the Ipad Air

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  • I tried the iPad Air in the Logitech Ultrathin Keyboard I have been using with my iPad 3. Unfortunately, the thinness of the Air means that it does not fit properly in the magnetic slot for the iPad and as a result will not remain propped up.

    All the keys work if you use another stand and/or don't expect the keyboard to prop up the iPad.

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  • Will it be possible to pair and type with it on the iPad Air and use all the iOS 7 features? Yes. Will it fit? Probably not perfectly, as the iPad Air has slightly smaller dimensions than previous releases of iPad. The viewing area of the display is the same, but Apple cut down on the width of the bezel. I do have the mini version for the iPad Mini and that will fit the new iPad Mini with Retina display exactly as well, when it is released later this month. The keyboard is excellent, and works as described. I hope Logitech makes one specifically for the iPad Air.

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