Good news, folks! Right now, you can bag yourself a massive $100 discount on Apple’s stunning and highly-rated Magic Keyboard. The discount takes the purchase price down to just $199.

This all-new Magic Keyboard accessory acts as a simply outstanding accessory and companion for compatible iPad models. In fact, for a lot of people, it has meant that they can relegate their laptops to the ether and actually use the iPad as a replacement machine that takes care of all of their needs. You’d almost think that Apple had that in mind all along.

It offers a stunning typing experience for the iPad, complete with a trackpad that opens up new and useful ways to interact with the device and running apps. And the latest versions of iPadOS have been fine-tuned to work harmoniously with a trackpad or a mouse, which means that the hardware/software experience is once again on point from Apple.

The Magic Keyboard also comes with a floating cantilever design that attached magnetically to the iPad and allows a smooth viewing angle adjustment. As Apple has always stipulated, the design isn’t just about how something looks. It’s about how it works, as well. This is really one of those premium accessories that you know you want but could have been put off by the price. Now, thanks to this deal, the price doesn’t need to be a blocking issue anymore.

As mentioned, this Magic Keyboard is an official Apple product and offers compatibility with the fourth-generation iPad Air and the second-generation 11-inch iPad Pro. If you have either of those devices or are planning on investing in one, then this is a wonderful accessory for you.

Head on over to the direct link below to grab your $100 discount, right now. No codes or coupons are needed.

Buy: Apple Magic Keyboard for iPad Air (4th Generation) and iPad Pro 11-inch (2nd Generation) from Amazon: $199 | Original price: $299

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