Typo Innovations announced that it will start selling its iPad Air keyboard case at Apple Stores and through its website.
The announcement comes just two days after its recent settlement with BlackBerry that forbids it from making iPhone keyboards. According to the agreement, Typo can’t be sold for iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus due to its similar look and functionality as the physical keyboard found on most BlackBerry devices.
Typo was previously sued by BlackBerry over the case multiple times for design infringement, and it finally made up the decision to give up and focus on tablets.
Typo’s new keyboard case for the iPad costs $189, and is available for the iPad Air and Air 2, and soon the iPad mini 1,2 and 3. The company is also accepting pre-orders for an iPad mini version of the keyboard.
The company revealed little information regarding the new case itself, such as battery life and other specifications. However, there is information that it has full-size keys, a unique friction hinge for different viewing angles, special software with auto-correct, and according to CNET says it measures 5.5mm thin.