It’s not just Apple struggling with its accessories for the 12.9-inch iPad Pro: the new version of the larger tablet is actually slightly thicker than its predecessor, the 0.5mm. It’s not much, but it’s enough to make the Magic Keyboard launched last year incompatible – Apple then took it upon itself to say that the device could be used with the iPad, but it didn’t fit perfectly It is possible.
Same reason, same result for Kensington? Hard to say, as the manufacturer offers no explanation for the fact that its StudioDoc is incompatible with the 12.9-inch iPad Pro. This is rather annoying, given that the accessory costs $ 400 and was launched at least in February. It may be the tablet support system that is the problem, but we do not know.
The StudioDoc has everything to cheer for: it can be used on the 11-inch iPad Pro (all models) and 12.9-inch (except the 2021 version) as well as iPad Air as well as landscape. The base includes two induction chargers, and a hub on the back (three USB-A, HDMI ports and Gigabit Ethernet). That’s not all, there’s also a USB-C port for charging the tablet, a second USB-C to replace another device, and an SD card reader.