Miss physical keyboards? Clicks has designed a case for the iPhone

Miss physical keyboards? Clicks has designed a case for the iPhone

BlackBerry fans who miss a physical keyboard on their smartphones can look to Clicks, which has developed a keyboard cover designed for the iPhone 14 Pro and iPhone 15 Pro models. This is reported by macrumors.com.

The company released its keyboard accessories ahead of CES 2024, and the iPhone 14‌ Pro version of the keyboard will be ready in February. The price of the keyboard is $139. The iPhone 15 Pro version will be released in mid-March, and the $159 iPhone 15 Pro Max version should also be released in the spring.

The Clicks Creator keyboard is available in BumbleBee Yellow and London Sky Grey. Added a small physical keyboard to the bottom of the iPhone.

Clicks says that the body design is designed to “feel the natural continuation” ‌iPhone‌, and the keys are designed for perfect pressure resistance and fast and accurate typing.

The standard QWERTY keyboard has keys to activate dictation, access emoji, and activate shortcuts such as returning to the home screen and scrolling. At night, you can turn on the built-in lighting.

The ‌iPhone‌ connects to the keyboard via Lightning (‌iPhone 14‌ Pro) or USB-C (‌iPhone 15 Pro‌), supports pass-through charging. The case also supports wireless charging capabilities, although it lacks MagSafe.

The length of the Clicks keyboard for ‌iPhone 15 Pro‌ is 188.45 mm, which is 41.85 mm longer than the 146.6 mm ‌iPhone 15 Pro‌. That’s equivalent to 1.65 inches, so expect an ‌iPhone‌ equipped with this keyboard to be an inch and a half longer. It is slightly more than 3 mm wider than the ‌iPhone‌ and 2.50 mm thicker. The case weighs 62 grams, which is slightly less than half the weight of the ‌iPhone 15 Pro‌ at 187 grams.

Clicks says the keyboard is easy to put on and take off. When in use, it acts as a hardware keyboard, so the user will not see the software keyboard on the display.

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