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I purchased a Magic Mouse when they first came out. Is buying a new one give you an updated version? Do they wear out over time? Thanks, Stan
- Asked by Stan S from Black Hawk
- May 12, 2014
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I have purchased it today, but it will ship to me in 2 weeks.
I have one question though, how can i connect it to my brand new Macbook Pro?
I haven't got the magic mouse yet, so i might not know anything yet.
But i want to make sure that i know what to do so i can install it quickly.
- Asked by Andrew T from Vancouver
- Jan 8, 2010
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Is the magic mouse as accurate as a wired mouse?
Is the new Magic Mouse as accurate as a wired mouse?
I work on an 8 Core Mac Pro on two ACD 30"s in CS4 and FCPro and find the previous wireless mouse is too sloppy and slow to use in detailed work. But I would love this new one if it is a fast and as accurate as the wired mouse that Apple ship.
- Asked by Michael B from Sarasota
- Oct 20, 2009
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setting up magic mouse when old mouse doesn't work
Granddaughter dropped old wireless mouse and I purchased new one but can't use old one at all help.....
- Asked by Christine G from San Diego
- Aug 26, 2014
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Will the Magic Mouse detect my finger gestures when I wear thin cotton gloves?
I've found that when I wear thin cotton spa-type gloves, the trackpad on the Macbook Air doesn't register my finger gestures. I'm concerned that I might have the same problem with the surface of the Magic Mouse. Does anyone have any experience with this? Thanks!
- Asked by Nancy H from Freeland
- Mar 19, 2013
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why do i need a mouse to set the magic mouse up?
My original mighty mouse is broken, doesn't work at all so need a new one. Can it be set up without a mouse?
- Asked by Elijah R
- Mar 31, 2014
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can i use magic mouse with the new ipad 4
I get the new ipad 4 next month. is the magic mouse good with it? can I use it with it? thank you
- Asked by Trisin R from Ely
- Oct 29, 2012
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Can the new Magic Mouse be used with CAD?
For example, the existing Mighty Mouse scroll ball can be set as 'Button 3' so when pressing it down and moving the mouse the screen pans. This is different from scrolling around the screen. If it does I will definitely buy
- Asked by Lee H from Kettering
- Oct 20, 2009
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magic mouse required for Lion?
My Mac desktop has the older mouse with the roller ball on top (model A1197).
Will the Lion operating system require the Magic Mouse to perform all the (new)
- Asked by Virginia C from Altamonte Springs
- Jun 25, 2011
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Would the Apple Magic Mouse work with First Person Shooter Games?
I am looking into a mouse for my MacBook and need something that would be good for first person shooter games. The Magic Mouse looks awesome but I am wondering if it would function with these types of games.
- Asked by David S
- Dec 4, 2009
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Does the magic mouse have a case?
I travel a lot with my MacBook Pro, and I consider that using the mouse is reasonably more confortable than the integrated trackpad. I use the original case (the one in which I bought the Mouse) to protect it, but it is fairly big and the mouse can move inside.
Here comes my question:
Is there an official or unofficial case in which the Magic Mouse would snugly fit in?
- Asked by Alex L from Alboraya
- Jan 16, 2014
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Does Magic Mouse have a corded version?
I prefer having a cord as I don't want to risk NOT having spare double AA batteries when my mouse dies.
- Asked by Andrew B from San Francisco
- Oct 20, 2009
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If I purchase the Magic Mouse with a new Mac and AppleCare coverage, is the Magic Mouse covered for an extended period (like the SuperDrive, etc)?
- Asked by Paul B. D from Issaquah
- Jul 13, 2012
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Can I use the Magic Mouse as a scanner (like the new LG)?
The new LG LSM-100 Mouse is also a Scanner. Does the Apple Magic Mouse work as a scanner also. If not, will the LG LSM-100 Mouse Scanner work with my iMac Desktop or Laptop. Both computers have OSX 10.6.8 (Leopard).
- Asked by Lynne D
- Sep 15, 2011
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does the previous version of the mouse work on Lion?
My IMac is two or three years old and runs OS 10.6.8. If I upgrade to Lion do I have to purchase a new mouse?
- Asked by Ken T from Piedmont
- Apr 28, 2012
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What is the best method and position to use the Magic Mouse?
To start, I am currently a PC user, and I hate it. PCs drive me nuts. I will be purchasing an Apple computer in the near future most likely a MacBook pro and will also purchase a large monitor so I can see it easier. So far, I'm very satisfied with Apple as I have an iPhone 4. I am very interested in this mouse and have several questions about this mouse.
Do I have to move my finger on the mouse to move the pointer, or is it like a regular mouse where I move the mouse and the pointer moves?
Since the entire top surface of the mouse is a touch screen if I hold the magic mouse like a regular mouse with my palm touching the back will that cause a problem?
I noticed on the MBP, if I tap with two fingers that is the equivalent of a right click, is that same in the magic mouse?
Thank you for answering my questions and I look forward to not having a PC anymore!!!
- Asked by David L from Belton
- May 16, 2011
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is it possible to return/exchange the mighty mouse that came with my computer if using it causes me chronic wrist/hand pain?
Many users (particularly on Mac forums, but even in the reviews of the mouse) are complaining that the design isn't very ergonomic. From using the one that came with my new iMac (purchased January 2013), I've found that I'm experiencing chronic pains in my wrist and hand, often hours or days after I've stopped using it... say on a weekend off from the office or something along those lines. I'm wondering if there is an official Apple policy to address this problem. Is it possible to exchange the mighty mouse for a track pad or a different mouse solution? I definitely cannot go on using what I've got now.
Browsing Multiple Web Pages
With the old (standard issue) mouse that came with the iMac, one could hit the two sides of the mouse, and all of the open web pages would zoom out (become tiles), and you could select the web page of choice. Does the Magic Mouse have this feature? Thank you Justin
- Asked by Justin M from Apo
- Feb 15, 2011
- Flag as inappropriate (Browsing Multiple Web Pages)