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March 16, 2010

iPad keyboard delayed until May

Posted: 01:42 PM ET

If you plan to pick up an Apple iPad the day it's released, it looks like you'll have to put up with typing on its touch-screen keyboard for at least a month.

According to Apple's product Web site, the iPad keyboard accessory - which lets people peck away on a tactile keyboard instead of on a full-size touch-screen - will not be available for purchase until May. The Wi-Fi-connected version of the much-anticipated iPad, which is essentially a laptop computer with a touch-sensitive screen and no keyboard, is available for pre-order now and will ship to the public on April 3. (Thanks to AppleInsider and Electronista for picking up on this first). The iPad does have a Bluetooth connection, leaving open the possibility that you could connect another type of wireless keyboard to the iPad.

As I pointed out in January, the iPad's full-size, touch-screen keyboard feels a bit goofy at first. I don't look at my hands when I type, and on the iPad there's no way to make sure your fingers are tapping the right keys without looking down to check. The whole screen is glass, so you can't feel the difference. Other people apparently feel the same way about touch screens. An industry analyst who sat next to me at the iPad unveiling in San Francisco literally screamed with joy when Apple CEO Steve Jobs announced the company would sell keyboards with the iPad.

It still appears they will. You just might have to wait a bit.

Other iPad accessories have been delayed, too. Ars Technica notes that a camera connection accessory is "currently MIA." MacWorld says an iPad case has been delayed to mid-April.

What do you think? Will not having a keyboard at launch hurt iPad sales? Will it make a difference in your decision about whether or not to buy the device that Apple has called "magical and revolutionary?"

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Hulu boi   March 17th, 2010 9:50 am ET

I will get one only if it can play Hulu TV.

Jason   March 17th, 2010 9:52 am ET

The iPad isn't "like a laptop." It literally is a larger iPod Touch. I'm not ripping on it but comparing it to a laptop is completely incorrect. It's not a production device, it's not designed to get stuff done, it's a media consumption device. It is meant to just listen to music, watch some videos and surf the internet. It's simple.

Someone else had mentioned Flash. The iPhone, iPod, and the iPad do not have flash not because of any sort of technical issue (including battery life) but because of the app store. The main use of Flash on the internet is for flash games (small short games) and if they did have flash then there wouldn't really be a reason to drop by the app store and buy the games (with Apple taking a cut). It's a business decision.

DJ   March 17th, 2010 10:08 am ET

Nattering nabobs of negativity. Don't like it? Don't buy it. Personally, I love gadgets, have the discretionary income to afford it and totally look forward to the 3rd. I display portrait and wedding photography to clients and this will simply be superb. Bring it on.

Jason   March 17th, 2010 10:20 am ET

Who really cares? The world is not going to end. We all survived before cell phones came along. The real question is "Is it something I WANT?" Hey it's a neat toy. Lazy, but neat. I can't really see a NEED for it, but in this economy I can definitely find better places to put my money.

Jason   March 17th, 2010 10:26 am ET

Geeks, you need to step away from the Tech and go outside.....There's a whole other world outside of the monitor

Jeff P.   March 17th, 2010 10:27 am ET

Saim 3/17 @ 12:16 AM:

"...we are not whining, we just want the world to know that everything which Apple dishes out is NOT as magnificent as they market it. With their superb marketing and pre-launch hype, Apple makes a product bigger than what it is in actuality and hence making consumers forget/discard the functional features of their offerings; which in the case of the iPad are the same as the itouch."

Um...that's whining.

Lyndon   March 17th, 2010 10:33 am ET

"In five years, everyone that uses a computer will regularly use some form of Apple product"

That has got to be one of the most ridiculous statements I have ever read.

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Debbie   March 17th, 2010 11:43 am ET

There is nothing more ridiculous than a bunch of lemmings who continue to fork over money for something this useless. iPod – yup, it's great. iPhone (except for the mobile operator) is fine. This? Ridiculous.

I'm still laughing at the guy who used his iPhone app when trapped in an told him to stop the bleeding. DUH. I'm sure he's already ordered his iPad too.

Doug   March 17th, 2010 12:21 pm ET

Brian – thanks for 'moved the paradigm', I just completed a line in buzzword bingo.

rootbeer   March 17th, 2010 12:43 pm ET

"An industry analyst who sat next to me at the iPad unveiling in San Francisco literally screamed with joy when Apple CEO Steve Jobs announced the company would sell keyboards with the iPad."

I hope that was hyperbole by the author. The thought of a grown man reacting in such a manner to the mere announcement of the coming of an insignificant piece of glass and plastic is sickening. But so are all those people who define themselves through what they own not through what they are and do..........

logan   March 17th, 2010 12:50 pm ET

Why would anyone pay 600 minimum for this when i could buy a netbook for 300 that does everything a pc does? ipad=trend, trends=fail

logan   March 17th, 2010 12:55 pm ET

Im just excitied to see poeple walking on the street trying to use this rediculously uneeded device, or sitting on park benches looking like fools tapping away at this thing while trying to hold it at the same time, pointlessssssssssssss

JC   March 17th, 2010 1:18 pm ET

Im just excitied to see poeple walking on the street trying to use this rediculously uneeded device, or sitting on park benches looking like fools tapping away at this thing while trying to hold it at the same time, pointlessssssssssssss

Those will be the people who walk out in front of cars and get ran over.....natural selection is a b***h

alex   March 17th, 2010 1:30 pm ET

After a person gets the hang of being able to type efficiently on a traditional computer, they look at the screen. But this is a tablet computer, where youuu look at the screen while you type on it...where else would you look while you are typing on the screen???????? the typing functionality is something you can get used to just as you got used to typing on a smartphone.

Steve   March 17th, 2010 1:34 pm ET

Ok, just a couple of things here;

I use a high end PC that I built myself. I use my computer for work on a daily (hell, hourly) basis at home. I do not experience crashes, viruses, or any of the other nonsense that the apple fonbois seem to beleive is epidemic among PC's. These things do not happen because I am not stupid. I do not open random emails, or visit some random strange link. I have a firewall and an anti-virus, no problem. If you think it takes more than that to protect your computer...stop clicking on everything that comes across your screen.

As far as the iPad...It ISNT a computer, isnt even close, so please stop treating it like one or calling it one. It will NOT replace your computer. Well, it could, if you dont really do anything with your laptop/desktop other than read email and surf the web. Although most who can afford a toy such as this would, I hazard a guess here, possess a laptop and at the price point for the iPad, the laptop would probably be a pretty nice one as well.

Ultimately, Apple failed with this device when they decided to label it as "magical" (Steve Jobs word, not mine). To be honest, it seems to be actually a bit underdeveloped or maybe that is intentional. Apple has a history of releasing a new version every year, magically (maybe thats where the "magic" comes in...) it possesses that which the public has been clamoring for since last years release...and then it happens the next year, and the see where this is going.

The iPad is a great concept and a fantastic platform to build on, but thats just it...I dont want the basement, I want the penthouse. So, tell you what, Mr Jobs, you show me the Penthouse and I'll buy.

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Leopold Stotch   March 17th, 2010 1:42 pm ET

Am I just insane or what am I missing here? This technology has been out for years and does not have all the issues that anyone has complained about the iPad not being able to do, it's called a tablet PC. If someone could please explain how this is by any means new technology that would be great, because to me it just looks like a handicapped tablet PC. From what I see on these comments, it cannot do more than one thing at a time, it cannot store programs, it doesn't run a full OS, someone said it cannot run flash only the most vastly used programming language out there right now. Explain this to me, if your internet connection goes down, what can it do? Is that when it turns into the deluxe overpriced paperweight mode? I don't hate apple but to me it just seems like everything they produce is a computer for people that don't know how to use a computer, while extremely overpricing their product.

Peter   March 17th, 2010 1:51 pm ET

Here is an idea.....why not just get a laptop instead?

JohnB   March 17th, 2010 2:08 pm ET

Everytime I read a story about IPad I reads the Haters and the Lovers.

Haters try so hard to place Ipad in some catagory to replace their computer at home or the cell phone in their pocket. While Lovers don't care what it does they will still buy Apple. Haters find ways to justify their reason for not buying it and Lovers are doing their best to talk you into buying it.

Truth is Apple never intended it to replace your computer or cell phone. It is simply an "information tool". In this day of age when we all want instant access to our emails and news, pictures and maybe music some of you can say you have it on your cell. While looking up simple solutions or googling maybe fine for the younger generations, I can barely make out anything on those small screens. So a larger screen is very helpful.

Now some of you have Wi-Fi at home. You most likely can walk all over the house and do pretty much anything you want, but you have to agree that even lugging around a laptop from the livingroom to the bedroom to the kitchen gets old after a while.

As far as over priced paperweight when the internet goes down. Apple has over 144 thousand applications and I don't know how many books available. If you recall Apple can save HTML pages and news clips so if your Wi-fi or internet is lost I'm pretty sure there will be plenty of other options.

Summarize: To those trying to find reasons to Hate Apple Ipad- quit trying to make it a computer, take it for what it is and start thinking out of the box.

To those of us that will buy it no matter what, help those that don't understand by offering sound facts about what it can do.

Hope this helps.

Leopold Stotch   March 17th, 2010 2:27 pm ET

Am I the only one who knows what a TABLET PC is????!!! To those of you who don't know what it is, look it up. It's an iPad, only better and been around since the early 90's!

Not just for computer geeks   March 17th, 2010 2:27 pm ET

Re: Steve's comment:
"I use a high end PC that I built myself. I use my computer for work on a daily (hell, hourly) basis at home. I do not experience crashes, viruses, or any of the other nonsense that the apple fonbois seem to beleive is epidemic among PC's. These things do not happen because I am not stupid. I do not open random emails, or visit some random strange link. I have a firewall and an anti-virus, no problem. If you think it takes more than that to protect your computer...stop clicking on everything that comes across your screen."

Unfortunately, or fortunately depending on your point of view, not everyone is a computer geek who builds their own computer and a wealth of technical expertise and computing wisdom. And for those needing a computing environment but who lack technical savvy, let's face it – the Windows environment is a pain in the as*. Maybe you don't get viruses or have crashes or have difficulties deciding which of the many upgrades to install or dealing with installing them, but many people do. Apple's popularity is based on its ability to bring greater simplicity and intuitiveness to the experience of computing and technology. I can't say at this point how successful the as yet unreleased iPad will be at this, but Apple has had a considerable track record of success in the past several years in doing this.

The iPod was/is a perfect example of this – people paid more for it than cheap mp3 players because it just worked a lot better with/for people, aside from its other technological features. That's why iPods own that market.

The iPad is not a laptop; it is something different with a different use. Its success will hinge on how well it can give the user a positive experience of the media it delivers that is unique from other options.

troy   March 17th, 2010 2:34 pm ET

The best thing that Steve Jobs ever came up with is the idea of putting the letter "i" in front of the names of his products. That makes it much easier for idiots to know what to buy when they go to the store.

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Mpote   March 17th, 2010 2:44 pm ET

All those who are griping about those of us willing to fork over $1200 for an iPad & accessories should just be quiet and let us go on spending our money.

Do you think there would even be a second, or third version if we "Early Adopters" weren't willing to spend our expendible income on the first run models of these gadgets?

Obviously, someone on a tight budget might have to weigh the pros & cons of such a device, and maybe wait until a less expensive and possibly superior model arrives.

For those of us who love high tech devices, and do have a little extra money in the budget, I don't understand the negativity – we're funding your future upgraded model.

By the way, I'm sorry the iPhone isn't available on Verizon – it's not my fault – stop hating me for it.

Scott   March 17th, 2010 3:57 pm ET

I have seen a lot of hype saying that this device will kill a whole bunch of single purpose devices, which it very well may. I saw a comment above about it being a paperweight if you don't have Internet access. This is truly the case for GPS, as it requires a connection to Google Maps to function. I would hate to be out in the middle of nowhere depending on the GPS and have the AT&T connection fail, but then again, what are the odds of that?

AVGjoe   March 17th, 2010 4:46 pm ET

People who buy most Apple Products, A.) Do not understand the technology, but see Apple as "cool" B.) Apple Cult Members – people who buy all Apply products regardless of what it is, these people are brain washed, C.) People who liked to be pushed arround and told how they can or can not use devices that they purchased. iPad is a joke, if you have an iPhone, would be pointless to get one of these, and if you dont have either, your not missing much

Dexter   March 17th, 2010 5:10 pm ET

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Mpote   March 17th, 2010 5:24 pm ET

If it weren't for early adopters – you'd be reading this on a green screen. (or maybe you are?)

Mike   March 17th, 2010 5:43 pm ET

I can't wait.. I am looking at using the ipad for a Cancer Fund Raiser, we are trying to raise 50K for cancer research.

Very excited about the Ipad
Wondering how well it will do walking 400+ miles from San Francisco to San Diego.

If you know how to get the ipad to run off extra batteries, let me know.

Mark Merani   March 17th, 2010 6:01 pm ET

This report seems to be incorrect. I ordered the wireless version of the ipad keyboard that works using bluetooth along with my ipad. Yesterday it was delivered.. long before the ipad is due to be available. Perhaps its just the keyboard connected to the bay that's unavailable.. but I have the ipad wireless keyboard right here.

Mike K   March 17th, 2010 6:43 pm ET

So we have to wait for the iPeck. No biggie.

Evangelicide   March 17th, 2010 7:09 pm ET

When are they going to release the app that convinces iPad owners that they didn't get royally fleeced?

Brian   March 17th, 2010 8:02 pm ET

To those that say that the iPad does nothing that the iPhone doesn't already do. If you have a 20" television, does that mean you would never consider buying a 46" LCD? Browsing the web on an iPhone is going to be a lot less satisfying than on an iPad. While web surfing, the freedom to move around from place to place is liberating. That can be also done with a netbook, but the experience will pale in comparison to an iPad and its nearly 10 inch screen.

For those that lament about paying nearly $600 for the iPad. The Kindle DX is nearly $500 and does much much less than an iPad. Now that is ridiculous.

After people start seeing the iPad in action, the idea of "booting up" a computer in order to go to a web page will seem quaint.

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Charlie   March 17th, 2010 9:15 pm ET

I already have a Bluetooth keyboard. I just have to remember where's the nearest Starbucks to the Apple Store is to get that Venti Red Eye for the line to the door. I'm psyched!

Lance   March 17th, 2010 9:25 pm ET

If Apple drops the ball on accessories, it's a third-party opportunity. Let's see what Logitech, Macally, Belkin and Griffin come up with, and when.

Frank J. Oliveras   March 17th, 2010 11:31 pm ET

I couldn't care less if it doesn't come with a keyboard... I am still trying to find a use for the I-Pad other than a big I-Phone without the phone or an overblown I-Touch were you have to carry on your hand or get a big bag for it...

lols   March 18th, 2010 1:15 am ET

this is the dumbest thing I have ever seen.
you people are the most rabid of overanxious fan-people.

Glen Rasmussen   March 18th, 2010 8:20 am ET

I all ready have two blue tooth mac wireless keyboards which look almost identical to the test keypad. You will just not be able to charge the ipad from that keyboard.

It will be worth the wait.

Duffy   March 18th, 2010 8:43 am ET

If i took a spinning disco ball, gave it a touch screen to change colors and let you listening to disco music, and call it a apple I-Ball , the mac freaks would call it the greatest thing in the world . Just another item that wastes your time and money. Are you really that important in the world that you need this 24/7 email / phone service / internet ?

iPad keyboard delayed until May « Jide Ogunleye's Blog   March 18th, 2010 10:28 am ET

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Jim Walters   March 18th, 2010 10:41 am ET

I ordered the Apple bluetooth keyboard anyway, on the day I ordered the iPad. It will work fine, plus it's wireless!

er6ben   March 18th, 2010 11:20 am ET

This looks great !!! I can not wait to add this to my collection !

Should look great next to my Beta Player, 8-track and Panasonic 3D0.

Did I mention I am a collector of rapidly displaced obsolete technology?

This thing is a joke and I feel sorry for those that waist hundreds on it.

gps   March 18th, 2010 12:17 pm ET

Apple fans have got it confused: iPad bashing is not Apple bashing. The iPad has earned this derision on its own merits. This is a device for the 'desperate to be hip' crowd (look for matching "dog in purse" accessories). The places it could have revolutionized it didn't; the basics aren't even there (OS X, multi-tasking, camera, support for stylus/handwriting). Apples deservses new word: devolutionary.

cbelt3   March 18th, 2010 12:19 pm ET

"which is essentially a laptop computer with a touch-sensitive screen and no keyboard, "

Alas, the media continues to not "Get" this product. It's not a 'laptop computer'. It's an information consumer device. Creation of information is not it's priority, hence the deliberate absence of a physical keyboard, camera, etc...

Watch your family using your laptop or desktop. Notice that they spend a huge (perhaps in excess of 90%) amount of their time NOT typing. That's right. They're consuming information.

Look at your shelves, Record collection, CD racks, DVD racks, VHS taoe boxes, etc. All that space is becoming obsolete. The iPad is the device that allows this to happen.

Don't belittle it because it's 'a poorly designed laptop that's missing various features'. It's not a laptop !,

AJ   March 18th, 2010 1:50 pm ET

What a piece of junk!!!

Who want's to buy a maga iTouch. I would rather be very happy with a sleek laptop. It will have every thing you need.

Norton Mansfield   March 18th, 2010 3:34 pm ET

Personally I don't have an Apple product. But when my brother in law who is computer illiterate but loves music raves about his ipod (not iphone) and how he downloaded all his favorite albums using itunes, well there's a customer apple got that I would've never figured. Another one is my son who hated apple until he got an iphone from a friend.

So Apple is doing something right, to get these guys who didn't even care before. Can they do it with the ipad? It'll be interesting to see.

marinemom   March 18th, 2010 6:54 pm ET

Do I NEED it?...No. Will I buy it...You bet I WILL!
My husband and I each have a Macbook Pro, my son has an Imac, we all have Ipods and as soon as Verizon carries the Iphone, I'll get that. I read a lot of books and they take up space, it will be a fabulous Ereader. When we travel my son can use it to play games or surf the web, update his Facebook or whatever. When my husband travels on business he can take it instead of trying to carry his work laptop (a sucky PC) AND his Macbook Pro. It will work for all of us. I don't need a built in camera, I can buy a BT keyboard if I don't like the touch screen. Apple has extremely reliable products and I'm willing to pay for reliability.

Ton   March 18th, 2010 8:51 pm ET

Why not just buy a Macbook? Looks like an overgrown iphone to me.

bill gates   March 18th, 2010 10:06 pm ET

if this baby needs a keyboard to be useful I will be sorely disappointed

iPhoneCoder   March 19th, 2010 4:34 am ET

As an iPhone developer, it is so much more than an iPod Touch extra large. Really the cramped space of the iPod Touch and iPhone makes it a challenge to have a useful 1 screen UI so you have lots of levels usually. The iPad is FREEDOM!!!! Lots more space, lots of ease of use that can be added now.

Phil   March 19th, 2010 8:58 am ET

I've owned the IBM Lenovo X61 tablet just over a year. I don't use it in tablet mode very much at all. It's a pain in the neck...BUT I can run Windows or Linux. I'm not stuck with a striped down operating system.

Lost Remote | Apple iPad keyboard delayed   March 19th, 2010 9:32 am ET

[...] The docking keyboard won't be coming out at the same time as the iPad. CNN reports the keyboard will be delayed until May (the iPad's supposed to come out in April). LR's Erik Schwartz and I (both Apple freaks) wonder if the keyboard was a hack – an afterthought added once Apple realized most of us hate typing on touchscreens. Apparently we're not alone – writes CNN's John Sutter: [...]

iPad Keyboard Delayed   March 19th, 2010 2:52 pm ET

[...] CNN released this article on the iPad keyboard delays. [...]

Anonymous   March 22nd, 2010 10:02 am ET

i think that if you really want your keybooard then don't use your IPad until you get it .

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Uh oh? Apple Changes Ship Date for iPad Docks to May [Apple] « blisterPad   March 30th, 2010 10:19 am ET

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