• 5.0 out of 5 stars

    Excellent Mouse

    Good mouse, that does what it was designed to. You are able to do most of the important gestures that cant be done on a normal mouse. I found that a ten minute charge can last for quite a while, so the charging port on the bottom does not bother me. I think that this mouse is worth the money if you want to be more efficient while using your mac.

  • 1.0 out of 5 stars


    I purchased a 27" iMac and expected that the accessories would be finely designed as the computer and, I might add, as they have been with every other Apple product I have purchased since the early 1990's. SERIOUSLY -- A RECHARGEABLE MOUSE WITH A PORT ON THE BOTTOM?????? When you get the message that you need to recharge the mouse, you have to turn it over onto its back so that it becomes totally disabled while it is charging And there is no indicator light to let you know a) if it is charging and b) when it's finished. HOW ON EARTH DID THIS PASS QUALITY CONTROL?

    Thank goodness I kept my old iMac in operation so that I can use it while my the un-MAGIC 2 MOUSE the newest raciest most poorly designed product rests useless while it recharges.

    APPLE YOU OWE US AN EXPLANATION AND A REPLACEMENT! Your design department was out to lunch on this one.

    19 of 23 people found this useful

  • 1.0 out of 5 stars

    Worst design ever

    I just had to charge the mouse for the first time since buying my new iMac and was stunned to discover that I cannot use the mouse -- and therefore my iMac -- for the duration of the time that the device charges. With my older iMac and mouse, I was "offline" for the amount of time it took me to pop two AA batteries into the mouse and let it reconnect to bluetooth. I have to agree with all of the other reviewers who have said that the only adequate remedy is to recall this device and replace it for people who are unfortunate enough to own it. The worst product design EVER by Apple. Is there another device anyone can think of that cannot be used at all while charging?!?!

    14 of 19 people found this useful

  • 1.0 out of 5 stars


    This is the second magic mouse 2 I've had and both had problems connecting after a few months of use. Absolutely horrible product.

    20 of 27 people found this useful

  • 1.0 out of 5 stars

    just remove the wire from the wired apple mouse... duh...

    (consider this a zero star review) I really can not understand the design choices apple is making these days. the sharp edges hurt my hand. I hate using it. there is a 3rd party wireless charger & battery pack thing for the magic mouse 1, which was really nice. if you have the first one, you don't need this. however, the wired mouse is awesome, why don't apple just remove its wire and make it wireless I really can not understand, it looks like a mouse and works like a mouse. this is just for show. if you are not intending on touching it its good.

    8 of 15 people found this useful

  • 1.0 out of 5 stars


    I understand chic and sleek, but the people who designed this mouse cleared didn't think about FUNCTION over form. Yes, the charge does last about two months. But when it's time to charge, you have to stop what you're doing for an hour and plug it in. On the bottom, rendering it literally useless. You just have to sit an wait. And even then it doesn't tell you when it's fully charged, you just have to check with the "Mouse Preferences" to see the percentage. Really people??!!

    8 of 11 people found this useful

  • 1.0 out of 5 stars


    Of course all of the reviews say how awful the charging system is becuase of the location at the bottom of the mouse. BUT what about the fact that you can NOT use this on any surface at all unless you have a mouse pad? most mouses can be used on anything but NOT this one. I have an imac so I did not buy my mouse but I dream of getting a track mouse because this one is terrible. Will APPLE ever fix this? I wanted to buy one for my macbook to use at work when I am traveling BUT I would need to carry a mouse pad around with me EVERYWHERE I go-that is crazy. Any work around APPLE?

    6 of 9 people found this useful

  • 4.0 out of 5 stars

    Design flawed, but practical use unaffected

    If you're reading this review, I will assume that you are as I was: concerned about the inability to use the Magic Mouse 2 while charging it. The fact that the mouse isn't usable while it's charging, frankly, is stupid. While I understand Apple's commitment to the aesthetic look of its products, this is an obvious lapse in judgement.

    Annoying as this is, however, in practicality, it really does not affect the performance of the mouse (in my opinion). I work from home, and use my mouse almost constantly for eight hours a day. The battery life of the mouse, however, is very long, and I've never once encountered a situation where I needed to charge it to get through the workday. Once every couple of months, I simply leave the mouse on, and plug it in overnight. Moreover, you can get a quick charge on the mouse (to 85%) in five minutes. Thus, while I find this an annoying oversight, it hasn't impacted the functionality of the device. (I am writing 1.5 months after purchase).

    3 of 4 people found this useful

  • 4.0 out of 5 stars

    Great product, not perfect though

    To those complaining about lack of comparability.... RRALLY!?!? It clearly states what it's comparable with. Apple brings new technologies into the mix all the time, and just like always stops focusing on the past. Why does that surprise you? As a mac user, you should know this. Read before you buy, or ask questions and stop assuming you know it all. It's as simple as that.

    Now, I have to agree with the charging port on the bottom of the mouse; annoying to say the least. Battery life is great, so it's not a huge problem. (Just charge it at night guys). I do think this is a major design flaw and you lost a star because of it. Easy enough to work around, but not everyone likes to be wireless. Just say to yourselves "would Steve approve of this?" Pretty easy concept there.

    Anyway, I'm coming from an older USB mouse (probably 9-10 years old) and I'm loving it! Works perfect on my '13 MacBook and equally well on either my '09 iMac and my bran new (super inexpensive MacMini). The added swipe features don't really appeal to me in most situations, but are nice to have none the less.

    My advice; read about this or any product you are considering. It takes a couple minutes. If you don't meet those requirements, simply ask what will happen if you use this, or other product in what you do have. Problem solved. Older mouse models are available out there; just not from Apple generally. (Chevy doesn't sell parts for '57 chevies any longer either) it doesn't mean it's a bad product; just outdated for a company focused on the future. If you're expecting 100% perfection up to your own standards, as opposed to something that works for everyone's standards, or better yet, the standards that they specify, maybe look inward before casting blame.


    4 of 4 people found this useful

  • 2.0 out of 5 stars

    Ergonomically bad design. Uncomfortable

    The product is gorgeous and very well made. However, it is a bad design ergonomically. It is uncomfortable to use for extended periods of time.

    16 of 16 people found this useful

  • 5.0 out of 5 stars

    Why all the bad reviews??

    This mouse is great! I got it for my Mac and it works perfectly. It looks beautiful as well. It tracks well and hasn't messed up. The only downside is the changing port being on the bottom. Other than that, it is one great piece of technology and I would recommend it to anyone with a Mac!!

    6 of 8 people found this useful

  • 1.0 out of 5 stars

    Not for professionals.

    Is this the bellwether of Apple's identity crisis? This just isn't something a professional can use. They've switched from a company that makes tools into a lifestyle company. If Bang and Olufsen are any example, this is a real heartbreak. Please do t make me switch back to PC. Please correct course.

    3 of 8 people found this useful

  • 2.0 out of 5 stars

    Some poor design choices.

    It still feels fine and works the way I've come to expect from the Magic Mouse, and if that's all you need from a mouse (as I do), then that part is great.

    The battery holds a long charge, which is nice, but today I found I needed to charge it and now parrot all the other people wondering why the charging port needed to be located on the underside, rendering it useless while charging. Maybe it's harmful to the battery to be plugged in all the time and they assumed some people would just leave it plugged in? I don't know; I'm not an engineer. But I am a user, and I'm bummed that it's now a paper weight until it's ready to go again.

    To that point, I know that I can view the charge percentage by going to system preferences, but to not have any kind of indication at all on the mouse itself whether or not it is charging or it's finished is also a strange absence. I know Apple recognizes the value of a charge indicator because it used to be on their products, and is still on their AA Battery Charger.

    Hopefully Apple's trend of crippling user experience for the sake of aesthetics will end soon.

    11 of 13 people found this useful

  • 1.0 out of 5 stars

    Worst Design by the placement of lightening port

    I don't think this is an apple design, they have done this with out even thinking for a moment.
    seriously port at the bottom of a mouse ?

    Cheaply executed, I am ashamed to say I am an apple fan.

    6 of 12 people found this useful

  • 1.0 out of 5 stars

    Not Working

    Sorry I cannot give it zero. I bought this mouse on 21/11/16 and try to use it for the first time on 11/02/17. I tried for hours to charge the lithium-ion battery in vain. From my experience the Li-Ion batteries technology is not reliable, in many cases it has a sharp cutoff and very short life. Furthermore the charging cable supplied to charge the mouse does not fit the MacBook Pro that I bought with the mouse, - different connectors. The laptop has thunderbolt 3 (USB C) connectors only and the cable provided has USB A connector.

    5 of 10 people found this useful

  • 1.0 out of 5 stars

    Need to recall and replace ASAP

    My iMac is completely useless whenever the mouse needs recharging. And the time between charges is getting shorter and shorter. This is NOT what I expect from Apple. You need to get it off the market and offer anyone who has one a free or shipping cost replacement immediately.

    6 of 10 people found this useful

  • 5.0 out of 5 stars

    A great upgrade from the original Apple Mouse.

    This mouse does the job it's designed to do and does it well. I purchased this mouse as I was getting fed up with having to keep charging the batteries in my old mouse all the time and the in-built battery in this mouse is so much better. Having the charge point on the bottom of the mouse does not give any problems or issues with this mouse. It's easy to connect to both my Mac's and is very accurate when in use.

    4 of 7 people found this useful

  • 2.0 out of 5 stars

    Who was the genius engineer who placed the charging port underneath?

    Apple dropped the ball big time with their new version of Magic Mouse. The mouse is rendered completely useless while it is charging because the charging port has the worst placement possible - right underneath. I understand the need to keep it thin and slick, but when design comes at the cost of usability it is not worth it in my opinion.

    6 of 7 people found this useful

  • 1.0 out of 5 stars

    Worst ever design. Even 1 star is too much.

    I am just another user in the long line of reviewers here to ask who on earth came up with the idea of placing the charging port on the bottom of the mouse to make it useless while charging. Another gadget that needs constant care (can i use it now or do i have to charge it?) And it wont charge when you switched off your computer either. so i need my iphone plug to charge it.


    Of course, there might be a reason to it and i have been trying to figure it out. If someone here comes up with a good explanation, please share with us.

    11 of 15 people found this useful

  • 5.0 out of 5 stars

    Just perfect

    it is completely innovative and nothing can beat it! And as for the charging.. with one minute of charging it lasts one hour! So go to the toilet let your mouse charge for 5 minutes ( means 5 hours of use) and stop complain about it!

    14 of 22 people found this useful