After a few days I do indeed love this keyboard. Switching back to my old Apple keyboard, it feels clunky.
They did a great job with it. Do I wish it had a backlight? Yeah kinda. But I still love it.
It is not an inverted T. For many people, using the arrow keys in inverted T layout is a habit established over years, if not decades. I tried recently a Macbook, which has the same layout for the arrow keys as the new Apple wireless keyboard. I hit very often the Shift key instead of the up arrow key because of that. Perhaps it gets some used to, but I did not like it.
I have a logitech full size that has a numeric keyboard BT and solar powered. Works great so far over 1 year.
Do you have to use a dongle with it?
Now that you mention it, I was always wondering if there are any security concerns while transferring the keyboard signal to a Mac wirelessly. Imagine if someone manages to intercept and decode the keystrokes while you are sending sensitive data, like passwords. Anyone know how likely/easy is this to happen? It was never an issue for me before, because I never had a wireless keyboard, but this may change in the near future.
To my knowledge bluetooth as a protocol has various security features built in and has yet to exploited as an attack vector. People have been using bluetooth keyboards for several years.
My dislike for wireless is based on having to charge and or swap batteries.
Don't know about iPhones but for iPads there is an app switcher command; Cmd-tab as on OS X!
How to quickly switch apps using the Magic Keyboard on the iPad
And also Shortcuts-reminder:
To which keys do you map Cmd, Alt and Ctrl on the IBM keyboard?
What are the fancy symbols and blue segmented strip in upper ringt corner?