The iPhone 6 and 6 Plus were the first new products from Apple to support Adaptxt, and they’re now joined by iPad Air 2 and iPad mini, which the company announced recently. The iPad Air 2 is Apple’s fastest and thinnest iPad ever. In fact, you can stack two of them and it will still be thinner than the original iPad, but it can be used to manipulate 4K videos.
Apple is also including a new kind of SIM that can choose from among multiple carriers such as AT&T, EE, Sprint and T-Mobile on the fly, making it easier for you to write that critical email wherever you are. And using a software keyboard like Adaptxt helps keep tablet computing lightweight because you don’t have to drag around a separate Bluetooth keyboard or keyboard case.
The iPad mini 3 has fewer changes from its predecessor, but remains a great tablet. Both will join several powerful new tablets on the Android side, such as the Lenovo Yoga Tablet 2 and Google Nexus 9, that run the Adaptxt keyboard.
Adaptxt is available for the iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch: