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Yes, it does. There is no Windows-style Delete button. The Mac-style delete button is what in Windows world the Backspace button. To do Windows-style Delete, you would have to use Fn Delete. Additionally, the functionality of the Windows button is handled by the Command button on this keyboard. Switching to Windows (I … see more Yes, it does. There is no Windows-style Delete button. The Mac-style delete button is what in Windows world the Backspace button. To do Windows-style Delete, you would have to use Fn Delete. Additionally, the functionality of the Windows button is handled by the Command button on this keyboard. Switching to Windows (I only tried Windiws 7), is much faster than switching to Mac OS X. So, in that respect, it works better with Eindows than it does with Mac. see less
By Grey on November 24, 2013
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I'm still using this keyboard, I find the keys ever so slightly firmer. They also seem to be ever so slightly more contoured.
Texture is fine, but is less 'rubbery' than a regular Mac keyboard. The most-used keys have smoothed out a bit; they start out with a slightly matte finish and touch, but over time this has smo… see more
I'm still using this keyboard, I find the keys ever so slightly firmer. They also seem to be ever so slightly more contoured.
Texture is fine, but is less 'rubbery' than a regular Mac keyboard. The most-used keys have smoothed out a bit; they start out with a slightly matte finish and touch, but over time this has smoothed out. This isn't much of a problem as the contour is perfectly fine - it's not like I'm slipping off the keys.
Spacing is very close, and it's quite comfortable moving from this keyboard to one of my 2 other 'regular' Mac keyboards. The angle is fine for me, but I must point out it's fairly low and it's fixed. see less

By Michael West on April 29, 2014
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No, key caps are slightly larger than Apple's.
By NJV on November 27, 2013
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Yes it does. I am using it with my MacBook Pro as I write this.
By Steven Young on March 6, 2014
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Yes ...it has the Mac layout ..
By Dhyan on December 9, 2014
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What's wrong with the control button as is? (Just kidding. I know people like their stuff in its right place) Uh, if you know how to remap any keyboard on a Mac, I'm sure this would be no different. If it isn't to your liking Amazon has a tremendous return policy. LOVE this keyboard, no batteries to think about, simila… see more What's wrong with the control button as is? (Just kidding. I know people like their stuff in its right place) Uh, if you know how to remap any keyboard on a Mac, I'm sure this would be no different. If it isn't to your liking Amazon has a tremendous return policy. LOVE this keyboard, no batteries to think about, similar to Apple's build quality, and the ability to sync it w/three different devices. Can't beat that! see less
By redtodeth on July 19, 2013
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I don't know the exact range, but I am typing this from about 30ft away from my Mac. Hope this helps!
By GLAP on September 4, 2014
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Yes. Every iPad model can use a bluetooth keyboard like this Logitech.
By Tom H on November 24, 2013
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I do not know the answer to your question. However I have never turned the switch off and have never had a problem with the charge on the keyboard.
By john mcginty on December 14, 2013