As advertised this works with Mac, will this work with laptops like MacBook or MacBook Pro?

  • Asked by Javier A from New York
  • 27/07/2010
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10 Answers from the Community

  • Best Answer:

    The Magic Trackpad requires Mac OS X v10.6.4 or later to run. All MacBook's or MacBook Pro's running on Mac OS X v10.6.4 or later will work with the Apple Magic Trackpad.

    • Answered by Theodore S from Neptune Beach
    • 28/07/2010
  • Yes, as stated on the product page:
    "Use it in place of a mouse or in conjunction with one on any Mac computer — even a notebook."

    • Answered by Michael S from Holladay
    • 28/07/2010
  • Yes, but you first need to install (1) OS 10.6.4 and (2) a separate trackpad update. We can't post URLs here, so to find the trackpad update, go to Support > Downloads, search for "trackpad," then look for the "Magic Trackpad and Multi-Touch Trackpad Update 1.0" download.

    • Answered by Anina B from Portland
    • 28/08/2010
  • I'm using it with an early Intel white MacBook on 10.6.4. Everything works as it supposed to.

    • Answered by Davinder K from Leicester
    • 01/08/2010
  • Yes

    • Answered by James B
    • 28/07/2010
  • Minimum Requirements
    * A Mac computer with Bluetooth wireless technology
    * Mac OS X v10.6.4 or later
    So it will work with any Mac computer (laptop or desktop) that meets the requirements.

    • Answered by Karen G from Mounds View
    • 28/07/2010
  • Yes

    Minimum Requirements

    A Mac computer with Bluetooth wireless technology
    Mac OS X v10.6.4 or later
    Latest Magic Trackpad software update

    • Answered by Gary A from Albuquerque
    • 28/07/2010
  • As long as your laptop has Bluetooth and OS X 10.6.4, the Trackpad will work with it. Use it in place of a mouse or in conjunction with one.

    • Answered by Stephen H from Rapid City
    • 28/07/2010
  • Yeah it will work with The MacBook And MacBook Pro

    • Answered by Peter R
    • 28/07/2010
  • Yes... As long as it's running OSX 10.6.4 or later.

    • Answered by Brinda B from Yukon
    • 28/07/2010