Deals: Amazon Drops Price of 12.9-Inch iPad Pro Magic Keyboard to $293 ($56 Off)

An all-time low price on the white version of Apple's 12.9-inch iPad Pro Magic Keyboard has returned to Amazon this week, available for $293.00, down from $349.00. The keyboard is in stock and sold directly from Amazon, and only the US English version of the accessory is receiving the discount.

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This is a second-best deal on the 12.9-inch Magic Keyboard, and for the white color option it's the lowest price we've ever seen. Only Amazon is offering this sale, and you won't need any coupon code to see the deal.

This is the new 2021 model of the Magic Keyboard, so it's been optimized to fit the slightly thicker 2021 12.9-inch iPad Pro with mini-LED display, but it also fits the 2018 and 2020 models. It features a full QWERTY keyboard, trackpad, USB-C port for charging, backlit keys, and a floating cantilever design.

The iPad Pro attaches magnetically to the keyboard with passthrough charging for the iPad Pro via its Smart Connector, and the Magic Keyboard provides front and back protection when closed.

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Top Rated Comments

Karma*Police Avatar
30 months ago
Still way too expensive. I can get a MBA for $850 these days and this keyboard cover costs 1/3 of an entire laptop??? It makes no sense to anyone except to the bean counters at Apple.
Score: 6 Votes (Like | Disagree)
Mr. Dee Avatar
30 months ago
Amazon is looking like the best place to buy most Apple devices.
Score: 6 Votes (Like | Disagree)
Mcckoe Avatar
30 months ago

Still way too expensive. I can get a MBA for $850 these days and this keyboard cover costs 1/3 of an entire laptop??? It makes no sense to anyone except to the bean counters at Apple.
The iPad Pro Magic Keyboard is designed for numerous generations. The logic is… you can keep the keyboard and just upgrade your iPad Pro, reducing the overall expense of the 350 dollars over 4-5 iPad Pro replacements. It’s a good keyboard case, I use it daily and have since it was released, it is now on its 2nd iPad Pro… So, for me the concept is working great. The only problem is: the Current iPad Pro is almost too good, and it is going to take a lot to make me upgrade again.

It is also just a really good setup… and works well for almost everything. If I’m working on something that i can’t run on the iPad i remote into my Mac from my iPad. I play my PS5 in remote on my iPad(with full haptic feedback on a PS5 controller), Xbox series X as well. (Mac mini, PS5, and SeriesX = ~$1500.000)

I have a lot of options, 12.9” iPad Pro with Magic Keyboard and enough backup, is an almost perfect combination. Only complaint really is Mac Mini’s lack of HDMI 2.1… everything else works almost perfect.
Score: 3 Votes (Like | Disagree)
enc0re Avatar
30 months ago

Amazon is looking like the best place to buy most Apple devices.
And Apple is the seller. It's like their factory outlet.
Score: 2 Votes (Like | Disagree)
Jacoblee23 Avatar
30 months ago
the best advice that I can give is to buy a skin from dbrand if you get one of these. The white one in particular is prone to black scuff marks. The skins are so easy to apply and feel and look really good.
Score: 2 Votes (Like | Disagree)
jlc1978 Avatar
30 months ago

The iPad Pro Magic Keyboard is designed for numerous generations. The logic is… you can keep the keyboard and just upgrade your iPad Pro, reducing the overall expense of the 350 dollars over 4-5 iPad Pro replacements. It’s a good keyboard case, I use it daily and have since it was released, it is now on its 2nd iPad Pro… So, for me the concept is working great. The only problem is: the Current iPad Pro is almost too good, and it is going to take a lot to make me upgrade again.
I would not bet on that. I have the last generation and it does not fit properly on the new. If the new one lasts 3 gens I'd be surprised.


Further, my overpriced apple keyboard cover is starting to fall apart… the egdes are fraying and the rubber on the hinge is literally falling off. It’s made of the same material as the smart keyboard so you may be disappointed to learn that it’s not nearly as durable as you think it is.
I agree - mine is showing wear markets, but then again it never gets stored in a protective case in my bag. Then again, I only pais around $150 as a no box open item with a tsicke Ron teh back. A little GoBeGone and the sticker was off and teh case looked fine. As much as I like it I won't pay ~$300 I get a new iPad at some point and mine doesn't fit.
Score: 1 Votes (Like | Disagree)