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  1. THANK YOU! The leg was driving me nuts – I turned my apple wireless keyboard off then on again, this seemed to work for me.
    Intel iMac 2020

  2. Same here with iMac. Not wanting to replace anything I had a Logitech keyboard and mouse combo that used their usb dongle. Works VERY well. Then using that setup typed in to find this solution here. I removed from the bluetooth of the iMac the keyboard and reinstalled it seems to be working fine now.

    Does the solution last?

    Thanks

  3. Thanks for pointing me in the right direction. I have two Macs running at the moment. My Bluetooth keyboard was next to the Magic Mouse 2 from the Mac i wasn’t using, which was off. I turned off the mouse that I wasn’t using and that solved the issue.

  4. thanks SO much for this article. this has been plaguing me since I got my 2020 iMac. changed both keyboard and trackpad, spent endless hours on apple support, reinstalled OS and the next step was to erase the hard drive and start again. was not keen to do that. they never once suggested resetting the bluetooth module or devices. thanks again.

  5. Thanks for the article. As someone that’s affected by this, there’s one more solution I’d offer. I have a 2019 MacBook Pro 16″ (MBP) and the Bluetooth Apple A1644 Magic Keyboard. I use it mostly in clamshell mode connected to an external monitor. Often I see the typing / key lag problem after waking the laptop from sleep using the keyboard. The fix I’ve used is powering the keyboard (and trackpad, Bluetooth Apple Magic Trackpad 2, A1535) down, waiting 5 seconds, then powering up again. This has resolved the lag problem each time I’ve seen it.

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