Hands down, the best way
to click, scroll, swipe, and type.

The all-new Magic Keyboard, Magic Mouse 2, and Magic Trackpad 2 have been redesigned to make every interaction feel better — and do more — than ever.

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Redesigned. Rechargeable. Remarkable.

Redesigned around a built-in rechargeable lithium-ion battery, all three Apple accessories completely eliminate the need for disposable batteries. This results in a more solidly built internal structure — and quality you can feel.

Wireless. And effortless.

Each Apple accessory automatically pairs with your Mac using a Lightning to USB cable. And with built-in Bluetooth wireless technology, you get a reliable, secure connection up to 30 feet away. Each accessory is smart enough to know when it’s not being used and manages power efficiently to extend battery life.

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Change is good. Except for batteries.

A built-in rechargeable lithium-ion battery removes the need for AA batteries, or any removable batteries for that matter. Simply connect the included Lightning to USB cable to your Apple accessory’s Lightning port. A full charge is completed in about 2 hours, and provides enough power for about a month or more of usage.

About 2 hours to a full charge

Environmentally friendly by design.

Magic Keyboard, Magic Mouse 2, and Magic Trackpad 2 each uses a fully rechargeable — and recyclable — lithium‑ion battery. This eliminates the need for countless alkaline batteries that would otherwise end up in landfills.

Magic Keyboard

Now with increased stability and a lower profile that bring more comfort and precision to every keystroke. Buy

Key enhancements.

Successful keyboard design is measured by the stability, uniformity, and control you have when typing. You know you’ve achieved the perfect balance when your finger strikes a key and it responds with a crisp, consistent motion. For Magic Keyboard, we reengineered the scissor mechanism to increase key stability by 33 percent and optimized key travel. Together with a new lower profile, these improvements make typing with comfort and precision a breeze.

33% more key stability

Magic Mouse 2

Perform simple gestures on a smooth, seamless mouse that’s fully rechargeable.Buy

Easy to hold. Hard to let go of.

With no disposable batteries, Magic Mouse 2 has a new internal structure with fewer moving parts. This solid but lighter build, along with an optimized foot design, results in a smooth, superior glide with less resistance.

Secondary click. A right-click reveals a menu of contextual actions.

One-finger scroll. Slide one finger up or down on the mouse to scroll through documents, websites, and more.

One-finger swipe to navigate. Swipe left or right with one finger to go forward or back in Safari.

Tap to zoom. Double-tap the mouse to magnify a web page or PDF.

Double-tap for Mission Control. Double-tap with two fingers to get a bird’s-eye view of everything running on your Mac.

Magic Trackpad 2

Now with a larger, click-anywhere surface, and Force Touch technology that lets you press a little deeper — and do a lot more.Buy

Even more advanced on the surface. And below it.

Magic Trackpad 2 features a larger edge-to-edge glass surface that delivers a responsive, uniform click no matter where you press. This design, along with a new lower profile, makes scrolling and swiping through your favorite content more comfortable than ever. And Force Touch technology makes it possible to perform a variety of different actions with a deeper press — so you get more out of every click.

29% larger
surface area

Force click. Press on the trackpad and then apply more pressure.

Two-finger swipe to navigate. Using two fingers, brush left and right along the trackpad to navigate forward and back in Safari.

Pinch to zoom. Zoom in and out of photos and web pages by moving your thumb and finger in a pinch gesture.

Three-finger swipe. Swipe three fingers to move between desktops and full-screen apps.

Three-finger swipe up for Mission Control. Swipe three fingers up on the trackpad to get a bird’s-eye view of everything running on your Mac.