You can get a Touch ID-equipped Magic Keyboard without buying a whole iMac now
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You can get a Touch ID-equipped Magic Keyboard without buying a whole iMac now

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It’s taken a few months, but Apple is now selling the new, Touch ID-equipped version of its Magic Keyboard for anyone to buy, starting at $149 for the standard version and $179 for a full-sized model with a numpad, as spotted by MacRumors.

The Touch ID keyboard was introduced alongside the M1 iMac earlier this year, but at the time, the only way to get one was to buy a new computer. Now, though, anyone can buy one of the new keyboards, albeit with one key caveat: the standalone models are only available in Apple’s usual white / aluminum color scheme, instead of the more colorful models that come with the brightly hued iMacs.

And for those who must have their accessories match, Apple is also selling the updated Magic Trackpad for $129,…

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