• 1.0 out of 5 stars

    RSI waiting to happen

    The ergonomics of this monstrosity are terrible.

    0 of 2 people found this useful

  • 1.0 out of 5 stars

    Delete pref mouse and problem persists

    The mouse acts like it can't see movement in certain directions. I delete mouse preferences, 3 weeks later the EXACT SAME problem occurs. Apple is clueless as to why.
    Pretty pathetic that the user has to goto a MICROSOFT MOUSE because the apple mouseII is UNRELIABLE!

    3 of 4 people found this useful

  • 1.0 out of 5 stars

    Worst experience with apple product

    I bought magic mouse 2 on September 29, 2017. first, bad surprise was - lightning cable and charger port on the bottom of the mouse (you can't use while charge). anyway, after 5 months it stopped to work and doesn't answer anymore. I returned to my profile for return or repair and found there only 15 days for return. I paid 111.87$ for nothing. think twice before wasting your money

  • 4.0 out of 5 stars

    A solid Apple product...with an annoying drawback

    Definitely NOT "the worst" mouse I've ever used. Works very smoothly with a MacBook Pro running the latest beta version of OS X High Sierra. One complaint though--awkward location of charging port does not allow continued use of the mouse while charging which can be annoying if one is working a marathon session burning the midnight oil. Keeping fingers crossed that Apple, in time, will correct this issue.

    8 of 8 people found this useful

  • 1.0 out of 5 stars

    charging spot

    Might as well write a review while I am waiting for my mouse to be charged
    why did apple put charging spot underneath the mouse?

    15 of 17 people found this useful

  • 2.0 out of 5 stars

    Not sure how this one got out the door at Apple

    It's not the worst product I've ever seen, but it's definitely the worst mouse I've owned. Now, let's qualify that. The thing works. It lets you do what you have to do, but it's the little things that Apple overlooked when designing this product. The shortcomings of this product have been heavily chronicled in this thread, but I'll name just a few that really perplex me as I have come to expect design excellence from this company.

    1) It pinches the skin on your fingers. If you let your fingers drape down over the edge of the mouse, and you click it, the upper surface that sits like a thin "turtle shell" on the lower surface, pinches you slightly between the two surfaces. Now, it's not like getting your finger slammed in a car door or something, but it is an unpleasant sensation. Sure, if you hold it "just so," you don't have this problem, but shouldn't you able to let your hand sit upon any mouse in a relaxed fasion, whatever that might be for a given user? This is really unacceptable.

    2) The auto zoom cannot be controlled. Websites that have magnify features are a nightmare. The slightest touch on the mouse causes an unwanted zoom-in or out depending on your hand motion. I have read numerous posts on the net about how to fix this and none of them have worked. In addition, it causes you to scroll through pages on a PDF and like UIs at the slightest touch. It's frustrating as heck. Again, the designer might say, "Well keep your hand off the mouse when reading the PDF." Sure, I could do that, but again, wouldn't better design have prevented this from being an issue? I should be able to place my hand wherever I please.

    6 of 6 people found this useful

  • 5.0 out of 5 stars

    I love it

    Very easy to use! Holds a good charge. I love mine I don’t get the negative reviews

    4 of 5 people found this useful

  • 2.0 out of 5 stars

    Example of poor design

    The mouse has great functionality - the touch sensitive top is a great idea and makes navigating macOS a breeze. However, I there are a couple of reasons that I think it falls well short of expectations.

    The charger being on the bottom is sheer idiocy. I won't belabour that point, as it is obviously silly. Secondly, the profile of the mouse is designed with clean aesthetics in mind, meaning it can be uncomfortable over long periods of use. A more contoured mouse would undoubtedly be more comfortable and fit the hand better.

    2 of 2 people found this useful

  • 1.0 out of 5 stars

    Barely basic

    There is nothing magical about this mouse. At times it would show connected but wouldn’t work. Trying to disconnect and connect again doesn’t work either, you have to connect the mouse to MacBook using loghning cable to make it work again. On top of this, it’s uncomfortabke as well.

    7 of 9 people found this useful

  • 1.0 out of 5 stars

    Such a disappointment!

    I love my original Magic Mouse and was prepared to love this one too. After using it for a few months, the fact that you can charge the batteries from your computer is the only plus I have found. The negatives are that often I must click five or more times--and sometimes even close my window and start over--to get the mouse to do what I want. A simple task like opening an email should not require five clicks!

    I should have been forewarned when the salesman told me that the product could not be returned, but I took a chance anyway.

    I would definitely NOT recommend this product to anyone.

    6 of 7 people found this useful

  • 1.0 out of 5 stars

    Fine but charging spot is not user friendly

    3 hours waiting for my mouse to recharge. Really?

    9 of 13 people found this useful

  • 1.0 out of 5 stars

    Magic Mouse where is the Trick

    The USB cable won't charge, Nothing but Trouble. Warning Message is 5 Minute before it dies. Not sure if its the cable or the Mouse that's the problem. How long does the battery last before you have to replace the Mouse?
    Don't buy it, Its an Apple Joke.

    1 of 1 people found this useful

  • 2.0 out of 5 stars

    Get a smooth, reliable wired mouse for much cheaper

    Pros: cute, rechargeable.

    Cons: right-click is unreliable, scroll is unreliable, expensive, has to be recharged, and generally subject to all the downsides of a Bluetooth device.

    4 of 6 people found this useful

  • 1.0 out of 5 stars


    I'm really considering ditching rotten apple products. Do they even test this stuff in the real world before release? They are not making my life or production easier.
    Mouse scrolling or even the menu to program is unavailable on 10.9.5
    Other cons are usb charging on bottom of mouse-a brilliantly asinine design.
    Tracking gets stuck or jittery. Their other products and apps are another unhappy story.

    11 of 15 people found this useful

  • 1.0 out of 5 stars

    I can use Magic Trackpad but not Magic Mouse

    I don't like using mouse and keyboard wirelessly just because it's slow and I want high fidelity. That's why I use my Magic Trackpad with the Lightning cable plugged in. Surprisingly, I can't use Magic Mouse with wires. That's a boomer!

    4 of 7 people found this useful

  • 4.0 out of 5 stars

    Works Great, With Adjustments

    I've been using this mouse for a few months now, and I'll admit I was skeptical at first coming from a comfortable place with my Logitech mice. After reading much of the 1-star comments here, it's plain to see that people do not know how to set up, or use the mouse properly. I too faced some issues like zooming, random scrolling, sensitivity, etc... and yes, I was a bit frustrated. But then I found that I can adjust all of these settings and make the mouse work exactly as I need it to. No problems since. As for the charging port on the bottom. Who the f*!@k cares?! I don't need to charge the mouse while I'm working on it. It takes approx. 1 second to plug it in when I leave the office for the day. On that note, I only have to charge it about once or twice a month or so, maybe a bit more if I'm super busy. BFD!

    I'm a full time web developer and graphic designer for a retail company here in CA. I have no problem using this mouse on high-end print projects that require accurate precision, and I have no problem moving the mouse around in general workflow operations. My Logitechs on the other hand are dependent on that little USB dongle and not only can they be lost, they take up a USB port that I'd rather use for something else. My last Logitech mouse doesn't track well on my 27" iMac. It's super jittery and skips all over the place. Brand new batteries doesn't help either. In fact, my Logitech proved so ineffective that I'm purchasing a Magic Mouse for each of my personal machines.

    My only complaint, and it's a stretch is the ergonomics of the mouse. It's a little flatter than I like, but then again, so is the keyboard. I've made some adjustments to my body/arm/hand positions and I'm OK with it for the most part. I recommend reading up on how to adjust the mouse to work the way that make sense for you. It's not entirely just plug-n-play.

    21 of 22 people found this useful

  • 5.0 out of 5 stars

    Best mouse ever

    I just received it, and it's lighter than the previous version. I also love the fact that I don't have to use batteries, it's rechargeable. I cannot go back to using another brand.

    11 of 14 people found this useful

  • 1.0 out of 5 stars


    If you have time to play with the mouse everyday min 15 min, then this mouse is for you.

    0 of 3 people found this useful

  • 1.0 out of 5 stars


    Almost as bad as the original magic mouse; this device has a mind of its own. Connectivity is incredibly unreliable and totally frustrating; it's a wonder that I haven't sent it through my wall yet.

    14 of 29 people found this useful

  • 1.0 out of 5 stars

    So disappointed.

    This mouse is horrible, It won't work more than 2 meters (6 feet) from my Mac Mini which I use as my media server. My Logitech (non BlueTooth) works great. It also doesn't track well on various surfaces like my sofa, whereas my Logitech tracks Excellently. Apple and BlueTooth just don't work well together. My other BlueTooth mice are laggy on my Mac Mini as well. New Mac Mini, i5 Processor.

    9 of 21 people found this useful