Apple introduces revamped versions of its standalone keyboard, mouse and trackpad, with the most the significant change across all three products taking the form of built-in batteries that charge via Lightning cable. That’s right, Apple has ditched the AA batteries for its Magic peripherals, and the new batteries are expected to last a month per charge, with just two minutes yielding nine hours of power. In terms of design, the Magic Keyboard is constructed from a single slab of metal, atop of which sit keys that are slightly larger, but maintain their same placement. The Magic Trackpad 2, now wider and also featuring a metal slab construction, supports Force Touch for added functionality. Finally, the Magic Mouse 2 is now slightly longer and loses the metal plate underneath.

Expect these to rollout globally in the following weeks leading up to the Holiday season.