Apple today introduced the Apple Wireless Keyboard and Apple Wireless Mouse, new Bluetooth-based peripherals that “provide reliable performance at up to 30 feet and offer secure 128-bit, over-the-air encryption keeping sensitive information safe as it is being typed.” The company says it is the first to deliver Adaptive Frequency Hopping (AFH) software which eliminates interference between Bluetooth devices and other wireless networks and devices, enabling the peripherals to perform reliably in home, office, school and lab settings where other wireless devices and networks may be in use. The mouse features one-button and is the same basic design as the current wired model. The Apple Wireless Keyboard and Mouse are expected to be available in two weeks for a suggested retail price of US$69 each. Both the keyboard and mouse require Mac OS X version 10.2.6 or later. [Editor’s Note: Updated with information from Apple’s press release.]