The Clicks Keyboard for iPhones Provides Satisfying Feedback While You Type
With tactile raised buttons that replicate the phone's virtual keyboard and add a few more keys, Clicks Technology has released a mechanical keyboard attachment for iPhones.
The Clicks Creator Keyboard, which debuted at the Consumer Electronics Show, took inspiration from early cellphones like the BlackBerry.
They were well-liked in the early 2000s before Apple's touchscreen-only iPhone was introduced.
With the feedback of a real key click, this accessory—which is compatible with the iPhone 14 Pro, iPhone 15 Pro, and iPhone 15 Pro Max—aims to provide users with a more tactile experience and increase their typing accuracy while they're on the go.
Clicks keyboard for iPhones
Clicks claims that their initial product also frees up screen space that was taken up by a virtual keyboard, allowing more room for apps and other content.
The gadget has an English-language Qwerty computer keyboard-style layout with 36 polycarbonate keys set inside a silicone unibody construction that comes in gray or yellow.
The iPhone's digital keypad lacks several features that improve its use, such as keyboard shortcuts and dedicated keys (such as a Command and Tab key).