Bluetooth keyboards and in particular Apple’s Magic Keyboard with numeric keypad offer unparalleled typing comfort. So why not use one of these devices to write texts or respond to emails from your iPhone or iPad. Here’s how to connect a Bluetooth keyboard to an Apple smartphone or tablet.
Why invest in a Bluetooth keyboard?
Both the iPhone and the iPad have touch keyboards. Despite the progress made by the Apple firm, these input devices are proving to be less pleasant to use than their physical counterparts. In addition, the mechanical keyboard or chicklet greatly improves typing speed.
If you have long texts to type or a lot of emails to manage, you will save a lot of time with a physical QWERTY or AZERT keyboard. And then with this accessory, you no longer risk being bothered by the auto-corrector or the predictive typing system.
Finally, another important point, most wireless keyboards offer keys dedicated to multimedia functions. With just one finger, you can skip to the next piece of music, lower or raise the sound and even launch your favorite email client.
Today we find products for all budgets and adapted to all needs. If you travel a lot and want to be able to use your keyboard on the go, you should prefer folding keyboards. For sedentary uses, there are input terminals Bluetooth capable of managing up to 3 devices at the same time (smartphone, tablet, smart TV etc.).