If you’re using an Apple Silicon Mac and are sick of entering your password, now is the time to treat yourself to a keyboard with Touch ID built in. Do it now and you’ll save some money in the process.
The Apple Magic Keyboard with Touch ID and Numeric Keypad is now available for just $159.99, a price that saves you $20 and 11%. That’s a big discount on Apple’s best keyboard and you won’t even have to remember to do anything either. The discount is applied automatically, so the price you see is already the one you’ll pay.
There might not be any on-page coupons to deal with or discount codes to remember to enter, but you do need to consider ordering soon to lock this price in. There is currently no published end date for this deal which means that there is the chance that you could miss out if you don’t order soon.
Buy: Apple Magic Keyboard with Touch ID and Numeric Keypad: $159.99 | Original price: $180
Magic Keyboard with Touch ID and Numeric Keypad connects wirelessly to your Mac via Bluetooth. And the rechargeable internal battery means no loose batteries to replace. The numeric keypad is ideal for spreadsheets and finance applications.
This deal is only available on the white version of the keyboard, but it really is a great keyboard regardless. You’ll get all of the Mac function keys you’d expect as well as a number pad. The built-in Touch ID is really the star of the show though and it’ll save you time when logging in, using Apple Pay, and more.
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