Apple has started selling its wired keyboard in Ireland

  • September 18, 2021

Apple has begun selling its first wired keyboard to Irish customers, the company announced on Thursday.

The company said the device, which comes with an on-board battery, will be available in the country in mid-March.

The keyboard is powered by a dual-core Intel Core i5 processor, which is equipped with an Intel Wireless Display 2.0 chip.

Apple says the keyboard is the first in its line of wireless keyboards that uses Bluetooth technology.

It also has a wireless charging system that uses a charging dock.

The company also offers an alternative to traditional keyboards in the form of a wristband that connects to the keyboard and acts as a physical keyboard for iOS devices.

Apple has launched a number of wireless keyboard models over the past year, including the AirPods and the AirTouch.

Apple’s wireless keyboards were initially marketed to developers and professionals.

Apple also launched a Bluetooth-enabled keyboard accessory last year.