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I have the latest K1, 104 key, RGB backlit. It's built like a tank and the backlit colours are pretty. And I really like the brown switches. Still, I'm tempted to go back to my Apple Magic KB. My complaint is that the K1 battery lasts nowhere near the estimate and the "battery saving feature" cuts the Bluetooth connection after 10 minutes of no input, even when the backlight is off. I hate having to wait 3-5 seconds while it reconnects and retype the first few letters. It always catches me off guard and it's really annoying. And the caps lock light is not near the caps lock key, it's at the top right of the KB and so dim that you can barely see it in daylight.
dabrace1984 said:CNN did a test with two identical female twins and they were able to beat the Face ID security.
For me, these have been really disappointing headphones, terrible at staying connected to my Apple Watch and almost impossible to reconnect once the connection drops (in the middle of a run usually). I'm on my 3rd replacement pair and now, after hours of trouble-shooting, I just wish I could have my money back. These aren't cheap. Before buying, take a look at the overwhelmingly negative reviews on Apple's website: constant disconnections, easily breakable, not sweat-proof are the main complaints.
Airmail looks great! Unfortunately it's really buggy and despite the appearance of great customer service (a customer service agent is almost always available to chat - and will then ask you to mention their name in positive App Store reviews which is weird) but actual, longstanding bugs are not taken care of in an acceptable timeframe (or ever?). I paid for the MacOS and the iOS versions but finally gave up and deleted them when the apps couldn't even reliably search for messages in my mailboxes. Airmail's tech support asked for screen caps and videos of the problem (which I sent) and then didn't bother to reply to multiple messages. Buyer beware.