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New Apple Wireless Keyboard - not sure it's the proper UK version???

Discussion in 'iPad Accessories for iPAD 1, 2 and 3' started by Feanor, May 18, 2011.

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    I just received my lovely Apple Wireless Keyboard from Amazon.co.uk.

    But, annoyingly, the @ and " symbols are positioned the American way (UK keyboards usually have the " symbol under Shift+2 and the @ under the ' key).

    And yet, it has a £ sign where it's meant to be.

    I don't really get it.... has anyone else had this issue? I need to know if I should complain to Amazon.
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    Apple keyboards and windows keyboards have the @ and I think the " in different places......as it has the £ sign it sounds plenty British.......you get used to the different layouts after a while.

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    It's the Apple layout for the British keyboard, both my wireless keyboard and my MacBook Air keyboard have the same layout.

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