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Return to the glory days with the Clicks case that adds a physical keyboard to your iPhone – Gadgets

Return to the glory days with the Clicks case that adds a physical keyboard to your iPhone – Gadgets

And at MWC 2024 in Barcelona, ​​we also saw Clicks, a case that adds a tactile keyboard to iPhones.

If you were born after 2000, there's a good chance you never had the chance to experience the joy—and discomfort—of having a touchscreen keyboard on your phone, and that's a real shame. Although touchscreens are usually perfect (fast, accurate and smooth response), it is a special experience to type text with the help of a small keyboard: it gives you a simple, tactile and wonderful mechanical feeling. And somewhere here something new appears Click statusas it brings the tactile keyboard experience to the iPhone lineup.

The Clicks case includes a keyboard reminiscent of the legendary Blackberry, which rests on your iPhone. It has a bold design, good proportions and is compatible with the 14 and 15 series models. It was presented at MWC 2024 and the first impressions are very positive, as it could be one of the best options on the market for those who want a keyboard on their iPhone.

The construction is solid, the result doesn't look cheap at all, and the entire case is sturdy and able to protect the device surrounding it, while the different colors available – especially yellow – are lively and make the devices pop. Meanwhile, Taps proves to be easy to use, as it contains hotkeys for using emojis or changing the language.

Behind the generation of clicks is the well-known YouTuber, Mr. Mobile (Michael Fisher), which also showed us exactly how the keyboard works with different shortcuts and automations making typing a breeze after a short period of practice. The Clicks cases are already available to order in two colours, Bumblebee Yellow and London Sky (not for the London weather here…) with prices starting at $139, depending on the model. Needless to say, this is a very high price for an iPhone case. Whether one decides to go ahead with a purchase ultimately depends on how much they value the opportunity to return to the glory days of touchpads versus digital keyboards. However, in terms of build quality and ease of use, the impressions were definitely more than good.

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