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The addition of iOS trackpad support in 2020 — which was fully compatible with Apple’s Magic Keyboard but not Brydge — was another big problem. Apple Insider spoke to co-CEO Nicholas Smith, who said he believes “the new owners intend on fulfilling the outstanding orders.”
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