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Foldable Bluetooth Keyboard
For Apple iDevices

iOS / Bluetooth
Includes Neoprene Carrying Case
Pocket Sized, Foldable
The perfect keyboard for on the go!
This Foldable Bluetooth Keyboard by Hippih is designed to be the perfect accessory for your iPad, iPhone or iPod touch. Foldable for easy portability and protection, this innovative keyboard allows you to type normally on your iPad, iPhone, or iPod touch.
Hidden iPhone stand
Along one edge of the keyboard, there's a secret slot that holds a portable iPhone / iPod touch stand.
Fully compatible with other Bluetooth enabled devices, too.
The letter keys each feature icons from popular websites intended for use with an accompanying iOS app. The AppsKey Pro app is no longer available on iTunes nor supported by Hippih, but this keyboard functions great without it. Recommended for road warriors, students, businessmen, or anyone on the move with an iPad, iPhone, or iPod touch. An easy and effective desk-top typing experience for emails, documents, notes, and anything that you need to type while you're traveling, or simply out of the office or away from home.

Product Specifications:

Hippih Part Number



  • Bluetooth Wireless


  • Two 'AAA' Batteries (included)


  • White with White Keys


  • none

System Requirements

  • Any bluetooth capable computer / device as regular keyboard

Keyboard Layout

  • Mac 76-Key US Layout


  • CE
  • FCC
  • RoHS


  • open: 12.5" x 4.0" x 0.625"
  • folded: 6.375" x 4.0" x 1.0"


  • 9.2oz.


Manufacturer provided specifications for HiPPiH p/n FDHKW-BT



  • Foldable Wireless Shortcut Keyboard
  • Pull-out, Pop-up iPod / iPhone stand
  • Setup guide
  • Neoprene carrying case, black
  • Two 'AAA' batteries

Customer Ratings

Write a Review 3 / 5 1 out of 2 (50%) reviewers would recommend this product
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Reviewer: Anonymous Location: Sacramento, CA Experience Level: Power User Owned Product: over 6 months
Rating: 5/5 Great keyboard option for iPhone and iPad July 8, 2016 I was happy to see OWC sell a folding keyboard for my iPhone (an iPhone 4 at the time) that was on the larger side. It is a little tricky to connect at times, but once you learn the process and keyboard layout (what keys not to press to bump you down a line), then the keyboard works fine. It uses cheap AAA batteries which is a plus to me. The included iPhone stand (landscape orientation) works well. When I upgraded to an iPhone 6s, and an iPad Air, the keyboard works fine with both of them. The included stand is too flimsy for the iPad, but I use a protective cover that folds into a stand, so it is no problem. My advice is just to ignore the various logos on the keys since you can't really do anything with them, anyway.

My "mobile office" is a small briefcase, iPad Air, this keyboard (in its included neoprene case), credit card reader, a wireless internet device, and an external battery pack with cord. I've typed a lot of documents (and done a lot of business) on my iPad Air using this combination and I recommend it highly. I really like my MacBook Pro 15 (upgraded with OWC RAM and bootable external hard drive) but I'm happy I don't have to take it everywhere.

This keyboard gives me a lot of flexibility and I recommend it highly

I would recommend this item to a friend!

Verified Buyer
Reviewer: in2portability Location: san francisco, ca Age: 55-65 Experience Level: Power User Owned Product: less than a month
Rating: 1/5 problematic layout and advertising nightmare December 17, 2011 I'm willing to make concessions for portable computing - balancing size, weight and functionality. The keys on this unit vary in size AND spacing for no apparent reason (the V is a large key and sits farther to the left from the smaller B key than the separation of other keys along the fold). It's not something "to get used to"...you'll be cursing as you type. Still not convinced? I don't need to look at the keys to type but sometimes you naturally look down at the keyboard and what you'll see is a sea of advertising representing "shortcuts" I assume which no normal human will ever use. The key's alphabetical letter is lost in the advertising (yes on that little teeny key). I have a labeler and spent time re-labeling every key so it would look like a normal keyboard with the alphabetical letter predominate. The spacing issue is so bad that it's still unusable, but with the labeling I made sure I can't return it. Still not convinced? Buy it and write a review when you return it. PS: take your apple bluetooth keyboard and your iphone and that's it, you're done.

Response from MacSales.com, Executive December 27, 2011 There is definitely personal preference in different keyboard styles and designs. Overall feedback has been positive on this keyboard -including from OWC team members who use this with their own iPads. As a compact, foldable keyboard - we do believe this is a good option - but certainly can be subject to user preferences. FWIW, Apple offer the same keyboard, sans the shortcut labels, via the Apple stores.
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Reviewer: DaMacGuy Location: Honolulu, HI Age: 55-65 Experience Level: Power User Owned Product: less than a month
Rating: 4/5 Great for mobile users August 13, 2011 I just received this cool folding keyboard from OWC (www.macsales.com) today and am testing it out. I already have an Apple Wireless Keyboard, so this keyboard will have tough competition for a comparison.

It comes well packed in a hinged clamshell plastic container that thankfully isn't heat sealed. It simply pops open instead of making you cut it open with sharp weapons. It comes with batteries and a neoprene case.

The AppsKey keyboard is narrower across the key rows than the AWK. The width of a full key row on the AppsKey is 9-1/2" vs 10-5/8" on the AWK, or about 88% of the AWK. However, the width across the A-L keys was 6-5/8" on the AppsKey vs 6-1/2" on the AWK, so the actual key spacing was almost identical. The punctuation keys, tab key, and other keys were narrower to reduce the width. I was able to type quite well by touch, as the keyswitches respond positively and the keyboard feels pretty solid. The delete key at the right end of the number row, is quite small (3/8" square) and can take a little practice to hit. Most of the letter keys are 1/2" square, which is fine, Probably not for people with big fingers.

Almost all of the letter keys have icons for popular web sites printed on them. This is meant for use with their Appskey Pro app, which allows for these keys to function as short cuts to websites. However, since the icons are printed in the same dark gray as the letters and take up most of the space on top of the keys, they tend to make the keyboard look cluttered and make it harder to find the right letters visually. One quirk though, the shortcuts only seem to work if the Appskey Pro app is open and running in the foreground. That makes the shortcuts less useful. The F and J keys had small ridges to help place your fingers. There was no problem touch typing with the keyboard. The keys are very positive and feel much like the keys on the AWK.

My suggestion to the manufacturer is that they either print the letter and number labels in black and/or print the icons in a lighter gray.

There is a dedicated key next to the delete key to bring up and send down the on-screen keyboard. Not sure how useful this is. I hit it accidentally a few times when trying to hit the delete key next to it.

For editing, the keyboard has dedicated arrow keys at the lower right, similar to the AWK. It lacks a forward delete key, which the AWK doesn't have either. The Tab and the shift-Tab work fine. The usual command key shortcuts work.

The keyboard contains quite a few dedicated function keys, including the Apple command key, iOS Home keys, speaker volume keys, and playback controls that work with iPod and video functions. There's also a blank key between the left control key and command key. There's no indication whether that key can be customized for anything. The 12 key Function key row on the AWK is missing on the AppsKey.

The pullout tray works fine for an iPhone or iPod Touch, but it's definitely not usable with an iPad. The tiny lock switch at the top of the keyboard extends a wire that keeps the keyboard from bending. It works to hold it straight, but I wouldn't put too much weight on it if the keyboard was in your lap, as it doesn't look that strong. For some light typing in your lap, it'd work. 

All in all, I was quite satisfied with the AppsKey keyboard. The app wasn't that useful, but the keyboard worked well and I typed this review with it on the iPad. I think for mobile use with an iPad, iPhone, or iPod Touch, this keyboard is recommended. The AWK is sturdier and better for serious key pounders, and for those willing to carry it around. The AppsKey would be a good match for those carrying iPhones and Touches, because it folds up into a very compact package, and has it's own neoprene carrying case. It would probably fit easily in the outside pocket of an iPad sleeve, where an AWK would be too long. A thumbs up!

I would recommend this item to a friend!

Hippih Foldable Bluetooth Keyboard For Apple iDevices Mfr P/N: FDHKW-BT OWC SKU: HPHFDHKWBT Great for any Mac, iPhone, and/or iPad! Awesome portability and full compatibility as a keyboard for bluetooth enabled devices. Fits easily in a pocket when folded. HiPPiH 1 Year Limited Warranty Ships: Same Day Only $99.95MacSales.com Price $47.99
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