Apple offering standalone Magic Keyboards with Touch ID

However, they're only available in silver and white versions

Apple is now offering the Magic Keyboard with Touch ID for US$179. The keyboard with ‌Touch ID‌ and no numeric keypad is also available for $149.

Previously, you could only get one by buying a 24-inch iMac. However, it’s a bummer that you can’t buy it in a “flavor” to match your all-in-one. The keyboards are only available in white and silver.

You can buy the Magic Keyboards in Arabic, British English, Chinese (Pinyin), Chinese (Zhuyin), Danish, French, German, Italian, Japanese, Korean, Portugese, Russian, Spanish, Spanish (Latin America), Swiss, and US English versions. Also, you can still get the old-school Magic Keyboard (no Touch ID) for $99.

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