Apple has announced its first-ever slide-in keyboard, a device that could dramatically change the way people play and write.
The new keyboard, which Apple is calling the Apple Slide Out Keyboard, will come with a set of dedicated controls that will let you quickly access apps and control your media without having to move your finger across the keyboard.
It will also include support for a special new feature called “Playback Mode.”
The feature lets you play music from your media collection through a pair of Apple’s built-in speakers, and it will work with any iPhone or iPad with a “Play” button.
“Play Back Mode” is similar to the Apple Music feature that lets users stream music from their Apple Music library to an external device and then send it to their friends through the app.
The two feature are different in that you can use playback controls in both cases, but both of them let you select a music player to play from, and you can also use them to select a video player to record and play back.
You can also tap on the back of the keyboard to switch between the two.
You will also be able to use Playback Mode to play the media from your device while you’re working, as well as to turn the keyboard on and off.
Apple’s new keyboard will come in three sizes: 1.3 inches, which is about the size of a credit card, and will cost $100, 2.5 inches, $150, and 3.0 inches, or about the same price as the current Apple MacBook Pro.
Apple will offer three different models: a small, 2-inch model, and a large, 3.5-inch one.
A small model will be released in November for $200.
The small keyboard will have a “thin-edge” design, similar to a conventional keyboard, with the trackpad at the top of the device.
The device will have “a traditional, flat, flat-faced keypad” with a vertical bar that “remains in the same place as the home row on a traditional keyboard.”
A “standard” Apple keyboard will cost between $300 and $500, and is available in a variety of colors.
The larger model will cost about $1,000, and comes with a larger trackpad and “a more compact layout.”
It will come bundled with a fingerprint reader, but it won’t have a backlit keyboard.
Apple has also announced a new “Macbook Pro-like” “mini-touchpad” that will come as an optional accessory.
A “mini” MacBook Pro costs $1.2 million, while a “MacBook Pro-size” touchpad costs $200, and the “MacPro-size touchpad with Touch Bar” costs $400.
The “Mac Pro-style” Touch Bar will be available in October.
Both models will have four USB ports, a full-size SD card reader, a headphone jack, a stereo microphone jack, and support for Apple’s AirPlay streaming technology.
The large model will come loaded with four USB-C ports, an SD card slot, a built-into Lightning connector, and three Thunderbolt ports.
The mini version of the Apple Mac Pro will come equipped with four Thunderbolt ports, four USB 2.0 ports, and four Thunderbolt 3 ports.