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Apple’s Official iPad Keyboards Get a Massive One-Day Discount

The iPad (9th gen) with a Folio keyboard case.
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Holy cow! Apple is offering all of its iPad keyboards (including the Magic Keyboard) for up to 45% off. The company’s official iPad keyboards don’t need to charge or pair with your tablet over Bluetooth, making them a more convenient option than cheaper third-party alternatives.

Here are all the iPads offered on sale today:

Not sure which iPad you own? Check our full iPad explainer, which includes instructions on finding your iPad model number.

Bear in mind that this deal won’t last forever, and it’s almost certainly your last chance to get an official iPad keyboard before Christmas (at a discount, at least).

If you’re not happy with Apple’s official iPad keyboards, I suggest checking out our list of the best iPad keyboards. It includes a solid mix of premium and budget options to help you make the most of your tablet.

Apple Smart Keyboard for iPad (9th, 8th and 7th Generation) and iPad Air (3rd Generation) - US English

Apple's Smart Keyboard magnetically attaches to your iPad (9th gen) or iPad Air (3rd gen) and works without Bluetooth or an internal battery. Get it now for $64 off!

Apple Smart Keyboard Folio for iPad Pro 11-inch (3rd and 2nd Generation) and iPad Air (5th and 4th Generation) - US English

This one's for the big boys, the 11-inch iPad Pro (2nd or 3rd gen) and the newest iPad Air (4th gen)!

Apple Smart Keyboard Folio for iPad Pro 12.9-inch (5th, 4th and 3rd Generation) - US English

If you own the large 12.9-inch iPad Pro (3rd, 4th, or 5th gen), this is the keyboard for you!

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