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Anker Ultra-Thin Bluetooth Keyboard Cover for iPad Air / iPad Air 2

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Product Description

Everything you love about your iPad, amplified.

Start to finish simplicity

From opening the cover to closing it, experience intuitive use at its best. Opening the cover automatically turns on both your iPad and the keyboard (closing it turns them off). To start typing, simply set your iPad in the groove and the stand will pop up. Fewer buttons. More automation. Simple, just like your iPad.

Trade in tapping for typing.

Take a break from typos and enjoy the comfort and efficiency of typing without sacrificing portability. Molded keycaps, iPad-dedicated hot keys and an almost full-size keyboard layout create the ideal typing experience.

Six-month stamina

At Anker, quality products just make sense, so we built in a super-sized battery that keeps you going six months or more between charges, freeing you to worry less and work (or play) more.

Customer Reviews

Adam G.
  • Not all it was cracked up to be
  • I bought this product to go with my new ipad. On my old ipad I had a logitech and all the reviews for the new keyboards pointed to this one. I dont know what those folks were thinking. This keyboard is around the same thickness, but the functionality is much worse. The pop up flap in the back is clunks and is very annoying when trying to fold it up. Also the keys were very loud. I use my keyboard in meetings and my logitech was silent, however this one sounds like I was using an old school desktop keyboard. You could hear every click. I immediately returned it and bought the logitech.
  • 2015-05-01

Amazon Customer "arkramer3"
  • Five Stars
  • As stated
  • 2015-04-27

Barry C. Worrell
  • Four Stars
  • works great. Case is nice quality. Key feel is ok.
  • 2015-04-22

Old guy
  • A good one
  • It works fine. We're still getting used to typing on a keyboard this size, but it seems to be easy to get used to. Pairing was simple; press Fn-C, then enter the displayed code. As described, no backlit keys, and you don't get forward-delete. Mechanical is good. You can use the keyboard without putting the iPad in it; just use the power switch. A note in the package says not to pick up the iPad by holding the keyboard. FYI, the Fn (Function) keys are: home screen, dimmer, brighter, show on-screen keyboard (using a wireless keyboard suppresses the on-screen keyboard), copy, paste, web, reverse, play/pause, forward, mute, softer, louder, lock screen.
  • 2015-04-20

Dragonryder 75
  • Nice Bluetooth keyboard Cover
  • It is a better keyboard than cover. Yes it fits covers the screen, but I feel safer with my IPad and Keyboard cover in a protective sleeve.
  • 2015-04-19
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Customer FAQ

Q1.  The wrong characters are coming out when I type. Why is this?
Please make sure that no water or other liquid has gotten inside of the keyboard, and that it has not been subjected to any rough physical treatment, as doing so may cause internal components to be misplaced.
Q2.  My Bluetooth keyboard is experiencing limited coverage. Why is this?
Please make sure that there is no interference from other devices, then try pairing again.
Q3.  Why isn’t my Bluetooth keyboard working?
The Bluetooth keyboard will not work without a Bluetooth HID profile or driver installed. Please make sure that your device is properly equipped.
Q4.  My Bluetooth keyboard keeps disconnecting from my device. Why is this?
Please check that the keyboard still has sufficient power, and that it is not experiencing any interference from other devices, then try pairing again.
Q5.  Why isn’t my Bluetooth keyboard working with my Android-equipped device?
The Bluetooth keyboard is only compatible with Android 3.0 and above. Please upgrade your system if needed.
Q6.  Can I use my Apple keyboard and regular keyboard interchangeably?
Both keyboards may be used, given the keyboard is compatible with your operating system. There are some minor differences with regard to control keys, however, such as the Command key on the Apple keyboard and the Windows key on the regular keyboard. For example, when using a regular keyboard with a Mac, the Command key function will no longer have any use.
Q7.  Why is the Anker keyboard so expensive?
We incorporate top-quality chips and other raw materials into our products to ensure maximum performance. We have strict manufacturing standards and require quality inspection of all of our finished products. All defective goods are sent back for reprocessing, as we believe that higher costs during the manufacturing process result in a better customer experience. Moreover, we have one of the world’s most professional customer service teams standing behind each of our products.
Q8.  Does it come with a case?
No, it is a keyboard only, but it can double as a cover to protect your iPad Air.
Q9.  How do you keep it closed?
There is a magnetised section that will adhere to the iPad Air to keep it closed.
Q10.  Does it have Smartcover?
Yes. Opening and closing the durable smart cover automatically triggers your iPad Air's sleep and wake modes.
Q11.  How come the arrow keys are not working in the browser?
The arrow keys will only work when you are typing text.
Q12.  How come the keyboard shows it is connected but keystrokes aren't registered when I type?
First, unpair the keyboard.

Then refresh your device and the keyboard and re-pair it.

If this does not help, please contact our Customer Support.

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Latest Post

Anker wireless keyboard, ultra thin

Just got mine from Amazon. Very good feeling typing on it, It is very simple to setup and so far it works great. Am a very frequent traveller so am looking forward to test it on the road. So far it works very well. Important keys such as the home button, and the lock key are there with a combination of keys, so that is nice. Numbers are a bit smaller than the rest of the keys, but I have not trouble getting to them. I type without looking at the keyboard, and I am typing at the same speed and comfort as when am in my Dell Laptop.

Great purchase so far.

Replies(3) Collapse Report as spam Apr 28, 2015 at 10:25 PM

I agree about the number keys, but having dedicated number keys beats having to switch screens like using a virtual keyboard. I use a BT ultra-slim numeric keypad when I have to do any serious spreadsheet work. So, like you, I would rather have the rest of the keys useful for touch-typing. Thanks for the comments and feedback.

Reply Report as spam Apr 29, 2015 at 1:13 AM
Thank you for supporting us. Enjoy!
Reply Report as spam Apr 29, 2015 at 5:00 AM

Very good for on the go or education uses

Reply Report as spam Apr 29, 2015 at 8:24 AM
TC930 keyboard

I have just purchased a keyboard as above, but cannot conect it to my ipad air 2 ?

How do i search for the keyboard cover ?

Replies(4) Collapse Report as spam Apr 25, 2015 at 4:23 PM

Press the Fn + C keys together. The keyboard name will come up on your list of available devices. Be sure you turned Bluetooth on first on your Air 2. Let us know if that doesn't do it for you.

Reply Report as spam Apr 25, 2015 at 4:44 PM

Press the Fn + C keys they turn on the paring function 

Reply Report as spam Apr 25, 2015 at 9:37 PM

Quote From Gabrielkbkim: that would be a nice option as well

Reply Report as spam Apr 26, 2015 at 12:59 AM
Turn Bluetooth on on the keyboard/case with the Fn and C keys. Once the keyboard is activated you should be able to find it from your iPad's Bluetooth menu.

For any further help give our customer service team a shout at
Reply Report as spam Apr 27, 2015 at 4:00 AM

Does the Anker Ultra-Thin Bluetooth Keyboard Cover for iPad Air / iPad Air 2 allow the iPad to stand in the portrait mode, securely?

Replies(3) Collapse Report as spam Mar 26, 2015 at 3:12 PM

I don't know what the marketing response to your question would be, but as a real-life user my answer would be no. Perhaps "just barely in a pinch" but as far as "securely", I didn't have any luck trying that.

Reply Report as spam Mar 26, 2015 at 3:27 PM

Yes in portrait mode but not the best thing to do 

Because it easliy knocks down

Reply Report as spam Mar 26, 2015 at 4:48 PM
This keyboard is designed for use with the iPad in landscape, we would not recommend using it in portrait mode.
Reply Report as spam Mar 26, 2015 at 10:30 PM
Anker TC940, not able to type number

I had bought a Anker TC940 iPad 4 keyboard around October 2014, however now the it cannot type number except ‘5’ and ‘6’, all other things are working. How does this happen? How could I fix it?



Replies(2) Collapse Report as spam Feb 25, 2015 at 3:30 PM

Until somebody invents perfection, things can and will go wrong. The good news is you still have a LOT of warranty left. The even better news is that Anker's customer service is as close to perfect as it gets. They're probably fighting right now over who get's to help you out, all you have to do is email them at

Reply Report as spam Feb 25, 2015 at 4:03 PM
It sounds like it may be defective.

If you give our customer service team a shout at they'll be ready and waiting to get a replacement sorted for you.
Reply Report as spam Feb 25, 2015 at 11:00 PM
This product will not discover my iPad 2

I just purchased this product from Amazon as it was listed as being compatible with iPad air 1/2 and 2/3/4 regular iPads.

I have had Bluetooth switched on the keyboard and the iPad and they will not discover each other.

Advice needed please





Replies(3) Collapse Report as spam Feb 23, 2015 at 7:45 AM
Robert Marín

Hi. I recommend review the customer FAQ of this product. This product is compatible with iPad Air, not iPad regular.

This product is compatible with iPad regulars

Reply Report as spam Feb 23, 2015 at 3:59 PM
Mark DeCloedt

Great, so what you are saying is that you are not aware that Amazon have retailers selling your products that are not compatible with the models actually advertised. That's really good service, top work!

Going to look forward to writing my review

Reply Report as spam Feb 24, 2015 at 4:37 PM
The above response was another user trying to help out, not a response from us at Anker.

Please be assured this keyboard is compatible with all those models but we're not sure why it isn't working without a little more info. So please give our customer service team a shout at
Reply Report as spam Feb 25, 2015 at 2:00 AM
price list

Price list for slim wireless keyboard for Apple iPad air please.

Replies(2) Collapse Report as spam Feb 14, 2015 at 8:58 AM

Your question is unclear. If you want to buy one just scroll up and click on the Amazon store link, that's where the price is. This keyboard is currently available at the Amazon US, UK and Germany sites. If you want to buy wholesale quantities contact this email for assistance:

Reply Report as spam Feb 14, 2015 at 12:01 PM
We're not sure what you mean by price list.

Give our customer service team a shout at for further assistance.
Reply Report as spam Feb 14, 2015 at 9:30 PM
pairing with kindle

Will this keyboard work with a Kindle fire


Replies(4) Collapse Report as spam Feb 3, 2015 at 3:52 PM
As TechToy said, it'll work if your Fire has Bluetooth.

The size will be different though so it may not be able to work as a case.
Reply Report as spam Feb 3, 2015 at 10:30 PM

The original Kindle Fire's were not Bluetooth compatible, the HD ones are. To be sure, here's a simple test.

1. Pull down the top menu (where you go to adjust volume and brightness) and select “more”

2. Click on “Device”

3. Select “About”

4. If the bottom line of text says “Bluetooth MAC address” then your Kindle Fire is ready for Blutooth accessories!

Reply Report as spam Feb 3, 2015 at 4:05 PM

After re-reading this I have something to add. Please be aware that this product is a COVER for the iPad Air that has a keyboard built in. Of course it won't physically fit a Kindle of any type as a cover. However, Anker does sell several other Bluetooth keyboards that can be paired to a Bluetooth-enabled Kindle.

Reply Report as spam Feb 3, 2015 at 4:41 PM
John Ansell

Quote From TechToyWizard:

Wonderful.   Thank you. I will try that in the morning.   I have managed to pair my iPhone so we are moving on

Thanks Again. 

Best regards


Reply Report as spam Feb 3, 2015 at 6:12 PM
Auto-Correct Feature

I have just purchased this product and I am still in the testing stage. On first glance it looks really good, but I am having an issue with the ipad's (Air2) auto correct functions. If I use the on-screen keyboard and type the word "typign" the device auto-corrects it to "typing". If I use the TC930 the word is highlighted with a red line, which means you have to select the word with your finger and choose an option - is there anyway to set it to the same settings as the on-screen keyboard?

Many thanks



Replies(1) Collapse Report as spam Feb 3, 2015 at 12:23 PM
Unfortunately there is no autocorrect option available with the external keyboard. It will function just like a keyboard for a laptop or computer.
Reply Report as spam Feb 3, 2015 at 10:00 PM
Auto turn-off don't work for iPad Air 2

I have just took delivery of a TC930. After pairing the device to my iPad Air 2, I tested and found that the auto-off function does not work with the iPad. Reading the other posts, and the reply from an Anker techie, it's clear that this function does not work on iPad Air 2 model. I am not sure if it works on older model. I would like to know why, and why this is misrepresented on your description above?


Replies(3) Collapse Report as spam Jan 22, 2015 at 4:59 PM

The keyboard is correctly described as being designed for the iPad Air and Anker has publicly stated that the auto-off function does not work with the Air 2. Where do you feel it was misrepresented?

Reply Report as spam Jan 22, 2015 at 6:15 PM
Apologies if you feel mislead, we have noted on this page and on the listing that this feature won't work with the iPad Air 2.

Remember, if you're within 30 days as well then you can make a return for a full refund as well. Either get in touch with Amazon or with our customer service team at
Reply Report as spam Jan 23, 2015 at 1:30 AM

Thanks for the reply.

I am generally happy with this product. Its well-designed, very responsive keys that works well with my fats fingers, and its definitely more affordable than the Logitech - which was the main reason I bought Anker. Delivery was also super quick.

Pertaining to my comments, the public statement from Anker that the auto-sleep function does not work on the iPad Air 2 can only be found in the comments area, but not the main product description area "Start to finish simplicity."  

Tech Toy Wizard, you mentioned that on your post on Jan 5.

The spirit of the description should be clarified, but if its the letter of the description - works with iPad Air but don't work with iPad Air 2 - sure, the description is not misleading. Anyhow, not a big issue for me...I just need to remember to press the sleep button. Overall, I am happy with the product.


Reply Report as spam Jan 23, 2015 at 10:26 AM



bought the tc930 keyboard on amazon from the Anker seller. Unfortunately, the keyboard arrived without any instructions, or the rubber pads. Instead of returning the keyboard to you folks, I thought it might be easier for everyone to send me the missing instructions and rubber pads.


Let me know so I can let Amazon know what I'm going to do.


Thank you,



Replies(2) Collapse Report as spam Jan 12, 2015 at 2:19 PM

Here's your manual, listed above...

Reply Report as spam Jan 12, 2015 at 2:25 PM
If you received anything from Anker Direct and you feel that parts were missing then please get straight in touch with our customer service guys at, they'll be ready and waiting to help further.
Reply Report as spam Jan 12, 2015 at 9:30 PM
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