Can this be used on a MacBook that doesn't have a multi touch trackpad?

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    Yes, as long as it has bluetooth and 10.6.4.

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  • It did NOT support multi-touch with with MacBook Pro (3,1) units until the latest OS update, but now it does.

    Disappointing that Apple ships so many software updates without fully testing them across its product lines, or informing people of the issues to be fixed.

    But, this time, they got there eventually.

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  • It should, 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.

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  • If your MacBook supports Bluetooth, then yes!

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  • Yes, the Magic Trackpad will work on any Bluetooth-enabled Mac (which is pretty much all Macs, including MacBooks, made in the past several years).

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  • It definitely should. My Magic Mouse works fine with my Mac Mini and Macbook.

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