Apple Magic Keyboards, as well as Mac Pro GPUs, are now sold separately.

Apple’s new Magic Keyboard, Trackpad, and Mouse were first introduced in April 2021. These accessories were included with the new iMac and are now available for buy separately.

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Apple Touch ID fingerprint reader

The Touch ID fingerprint reader is available in two versions of the Magic Keyboard, which were previously exclusively accessible with the purchase of a new iMac. This is the first time such a function has been added to an Apple accessory.

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The Magic Trackpad and Mouse have been somewhat updated to match the Magic Keyboard’s appearance, but they still have Apple’s signature sleek, smooth, and clean look.

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Apple also announced three new graphics card

Apple also announced three new graphics card modules to improve the Mac Pro’s graphics performance. Users of GPU-intensive apps such as Octane X, DaVinci Resolve, Cinema 4D, and Final Cut Pro would benefit greatly from this.

The Radeon Pro W6800X MPX Module, Radeon Pro W6800X Duo MPX Module, and Radeon Pro W6900X MPX Module are all part of the Radeon Pro W-6000 series.

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They can be purchased separately or as part of the configuration of a new Mac Pro.

The Magic Trackpad costs S$169, the Magic Mouse costs S$99, and the Magic Keyboard costs S$129 (without Touch ID), S$199 (with Touch ID), and S$239 (Touch ID and numeric keypad).

The Magic Trackpad costs S$169, the Magic Mouse costs S$99, and the Magic Keyboard costs S$129 (without Touch ID), S$199 (with Touch ID), and S$239 (Touch ID and numeric keypad).

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