A decade ago, the BlackBerry mobile phone brand was at its peak, and even in the pre-smartphone era, its advantage was that its devices had a full QWERTY keyboard. At first, it seemed that the well-known button mapping of a computer keyboard could only go well with the arrival of more and more advanced devices. However, a temporary on-screen keyboard soon turned out to be a better option: the devices are lighter this way, and the bulk of them can be a display.
Since 2015, a serious decline has begun for the brand, which has remained inactive since then, but this does not mean that its fan base has stopped. They are also likely to include the inventors of a tool called Clicks, which uses a special phone case to turn an iPhone into a BlackBerry-like mobile phone.
It works simply: the keyboard is connected to the device via the Lightning connector for older iPhones or the USB-C connector for newer devices. Once the case is connected to the mobile phone, we can already click. There's also a charging slot at the bottom of the keyboard, so the device can still be charged via peripherals.
Available in two colors (yellow and grey), the rubber insert costs $139 (48,000 HUF), which isn't much at first, but the physical keyboard can come in really handy in certain situations. When you type longer characters, the bulk remains readable, and the text is not obscured by the virtual row of buttons. As in computers, key combinations can be used here as well, which can also be said to be additional.