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Mike Wuerthele said:irnchriz said:This is click bait to drive traffic to the information and should be taken with a HUGE pinch of salt. If it were true then you would see signs of enhanced input support in the betas as current accessibility features are for assistive devices hence the clunky support for mouse and trackpad.
also, what’s with the shitty video ads embedded on olde posts?
Nothing wrong with being profit driven for shareholders but as they make so much money with massive margins they really could afford to actually be good guys at all levels of business. Instead they end up looking like dicks fighting this in court rather than changing their ways and coming off like a scumbag penny pinching employer.
Their keyboards are decent, but pricey and I'm not a fan of how they connect to the iPad. The touchpad is not great as the basic support for input devices is mouse based so using this with the iPad is a miserable experience. Save your money and buy a Logitech keyboard and forget the mouse until it is properly supported (unlikely, as mouse support is only a byproduct of supporting assistive devices on the iPad which all emulate mousing input).