Yesterday Apple released a wireless Magic Keyboard with Numeric Keypad priced at $130 (roughly Rs.8,700) in the United States. The company has also removed the standard wired Magic Keyboard (with or without Numeric Keypad), making the cheapest Mac keyboard you can buy from Apple the wireless Magic Keyboard at $99 (roughly Rs. 6,300). Like the traditional Magic Keyboard, the Numeric Keypad version has a Lightning port with a built-in, rechargeable battery that lasts a month or more between charges.
Apple says a Bluetooth-enabled Mac with macOS 10.12.4 or later, or iOS devices with iOS 10.3 or later, is required. The keyboard is currently available for delivery as early as June 8 in the United States. Pricing and availability varies in other countries.
The new Magic Keyboard with Numeric comes with a Lightning charging cable, but Apple notes that the keyboard can live for a month before needing a charge. The full-sized keyboard with 31 extra keys can be brought separately, but is available only in white.