Typo 2 goes official after first Typo is banned for BlackBerry looks
After BlackBerry won a court injunction against Ryan Seacrest and his iPhone keyboard product, the TV sensation and his crew had to go back to the drawing board to sketch something that still does the magic but does not infringe on BlackBerry’s patents.
Born was the Typo 2, a product that gives your iPhone a physical QWERTY keyboard. The first Typo was or the Apple iPhone 5 and 5S but no specific products has been mentioned on this one though the same suit is expected to be followed.
On Typokeyboards.com, the Typo 2 can be per-ordered for $99, with shipping starting next month (September). Now, let’s give you a brief origin story of the Typo 2.
Someone was discussing with Ryan Seacrest and the matter of an iPhone with a BlackBerry QWERTY keyboard rose. Seacrest who was using a BlackBerry smartphone for messaging and an iPhone for other things at that time, thought it would be nice enough to make a physical keyboard for the iPhone — hence Typo was born.
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