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Connect Apple Wireless Keyboard to Raspberry Pi 3 in Raspbian
sudo service bluetooth status # Verify bluetooth is active.
sudo bluetoothctl # Lauch bluetooth subshell.
agent on # [No idea what this does.]
default-agent # [No idea what this does.]
scan on # Displays a list of available devices.
pair XX:XX:XX:XX:XX:XX # This prepares a potential connection, the X's represent your device ID
# A "PIN code" will be displayed, type it on the keyboard and press "enter".
trust XX:XX:XX:XX:XX:XX # Adds device to trusted devices, this survives reboot.
connect XX:XX:XX:XX:XX:XX # Connect to the device now.
exit # Return to previous shell.
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commented Jun 30, 2019

NOTE

This worked! But first, I had to connect the Apple keyboard with my Mac and then "delete" the connection. I appears that the keyboard remembers the host device and will not pair with another host unless is is properly removed. Makes sense. Imagine if the keyboard could be connected to another computer while someone else was using it! 😁

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