While the Touch ID sensor on the new Magic Keyboard is viable with all M1 Macs, including the new iMac and the previous fall’s 13-inch MacBook Pro, MacBook Air, and Mac mini, MacRumors has affirmed with Apple that the Touch ID sensor won’t work with the new iPad Pro, despite the fact that it likewise has an M1 chip.
The new Magic Keyboard can in any case be utilized with the iPad Pro and different gadgets, as Intel-based Macs, except for Touch ID.
Apple will offer three versions of the Magic Keyboard, incorporating a standard version with Touch ID, a standard version without Touch ID, and an extended version with Touch ID and a numeric keypad. In any case, the new Magic Keyboard may be accessible with the new iMac and not sold independently, at least initially, as indicated by Apple.
Higher-end 24-inch iMacs will transport with the Magic Keyboard with Touch ID in the case at no extra charge, however it will be a $50 redesign option for the base model.