Due to the fact that I am very familiar with this keyboard, I am unable to pick out any serious weaknesses that it may have. On the other hand, I shall write something that might come as an unwelcome shock to people who have never used a Mac in their entire lives and have never had to cope with the keyboards that they use.
- A different configuration of the system keys. The first time will be difficult for a customer who is unprepared for the product. For instance, the keyboard does not have an alt key, but the combination of option and control can be used to emulate its functionality in the display. If you are a seasoned user, you will, of course, be able to figure out how to adjust it or simply get used to the new settings. However, you should be ready for this. The Apple keyboard was designed with the iMac in mind first and foremost; Windows wasn't even on the company's radar at all. If you want to conduct such an experiment on yourself, it is foolish to list among the trial's drawbacks the fact that it is "uncomfortable" for you; doing so makes you look absurd.
- The component that is connected to the one that came before it will not function properly out of the box on Windows. responsibilities for which Panel F is responsible. This full icon on the keyboard is for the Mac computer. It allows you to change the brightness, volume, play/pause, and other functions. On Windows, it is simply not active, and this is not a problem, a glitch, or a keyboard jamb. Rather, it is simply the how Windows works. Instead, it appears to be a flaw, a marriage, or a cant inside the Windows operating system itself. These functions work without a hitch when performed on a Mac. It is possible to configure this independently using specialized software if you truly require them, but by default, it will not function in that manner. To reiterate, this is because it is a MAC KEYBOARD. You absolutely must grasp this concept.
- The absence of keys with backlighting. There is no sign of her. Absolutely not. And there is no way to "farm" the land. It would appear that it is here based on the photo and your reasoning, but the reality is that it is not. I was aware of this fact, but based on what I've read elsewhere, it appears that others are taken aback by it.
a charging wire that is not very long. Because it appears that this is a genuine issue for a large number of people, it is important to point this out. Considering that the keyboard only needs to be charged once a month for a half an hour at a time, this does not present a challenge for me.
- Price. Because even analogues from Logitech that have a "amateur" design are marketed at a price ranging from 9-15,000 dollars, I do not consider this to be a negative feature.