• 5.0 out of 5 stars

    Works Good, pretty light

    The mouse is good and I'm happy that I can charge it. The comments about the edge being too sharp is BS and the mouse does not double click when you want a single click. It's all lies. it is lighter than the older version because there are no batteries.

    3 of 8 people found this useful

  • 1.0 out of 5 stars

    Needs to be redesigned

    Am I the only one getting almost cut from the edge of the mouse? Apple, please make round edges on next design so it doesn't cut the finger after a while of use. Also, whenever I work on photoshop the canvas is always moving all over the place because of the sensitivity... annoying. I've tried taking that off but can't seem to be able.

    But the rounded edges is a must for next design.

    17 of 40 people found this useful

  • 1.0 out of 5 stars

    Do it again, do it right!

    The entire top is loose, which makes it two clicks when pressed down. When pushing down, the top of the mouse hits the bottom part of the mouse, causing an annoying can-like sound. The entire mouse is unsteady on flat ground, which adds another annoying sound!

    How do I supose to work during the charging?

    16 of 32 people found this useful

  • 1.0 out of 5 stars

    Awful, save your money for some other Apple product

    I really like Apple products - my iPhone, my iPad Air 2, my MacBook 12... they are all well-designed and work beautifully.

    Take the trackpad on the MacBook 12. It can be 'clicked' anywhere (the trackpad surface doesn't move) with the same soft pulse feedback. It is easy to scroll or drag by using one finger. It even has Force Touch for a secondary function.

    Now consider this 'Magic Mouse':
    - Hand cannot rest on the flat, low surface
    - Uncomfortably sharp sides
    - Entire top surface moves when clicked
    - Too much force required to click, too loud as well
    - Can't scroll sideways when used with Windows/Bootcamp. Can't zoom either. Can only scroll up and down, usually by accident
    - Does not track movement reliably

    What a dud!
    Better off with a Logitech MX Anywhere 2 - better in every respect, except perhaps for the sci-fi design.

    Sorry Apple, I've tried to be fair... and I hope this helps someone, even someone to design a better mouse - take that minimalist style which I like, and blend it with functionality, please.

    32 of 41 people found this useful

  • 5.0 out of 5 stars

    Much better than Magic Mouse 1

    My Magic Mouse 1 was good, and I only replaced it because it died.
    I read these reviews and found that the main complaint was that the charging port was underneath it and this made it impossible to use like a mouse with a tail while charging. IMHO the charging port is in the right place - underneath where it is less likely to get filled with dirt. Complaining that the mouse is not available to use while charging is not realistic when a full charge lasts for about a month. Even if one had forgotten to put it on charge, putting it on charge for the time it would take to get and install a new set of batteries on Magic Mouse 1, there should give enough charge to continue using for the rest of the day.
    I like using a mouse that is not tied to the USB port - for those who really want to use a mouse with a tail, Apple have a very good one that is cheaper than the Magic Mouse 2

    It is simple to check the level of charge: Select the Bluetooth icon on the toolbar. Hover the pointer over the 'mouse name' and the level of charge will appear in a window.

    12 of 16 people found this useful

  • 5.0 out of 5 stars

    Best mouse ever created

    I cannot understand the negative reviews for this, or the previous generation, wireless mouse.

    This is (in my most humble opinion) the best mouse ever created. Combine it with BetterTouchTool and one can tap-to-click and use all sorts of gestures in ways which no other mouse could ever replicate. The scrolling function (for which no other app is necessary) is in itself reason to use this mouse above all others.

    And the ergonomics are excellent. I swore to myself that I would stock up on replacements at the slightest hint that the previous generation (that is, the one powered by AA batteries) would be discontinued. I was very pleased to see that Apple did not decide to do anything of the sort. While I have two mice of the previous generation (one each for use with my Macbook Pro and Mac Pro) I have switched to using the new model for both of my Macs as:

    - I find it doesn't disconnect from my Macbook Pro whilst the Macbook Pro is running on battery power (something I found happened more often with the latest OS X 10.11 betas);
    - the mouse does actually slide more smoothly along one's desk;
    - its very easy to change the pairing of the mouse via USB (this is clearly a feature which was introduced given the problems which the previous generation faced with pairing with multiple Macs).

    4 of 7 people found this useful

  • 1.0 out of 5 stars

    Charging port on the bottom? Really?

    Whose bright idea was it to put the charging port right on the bottom of the mouse? It's such a pain to charge, because you can't use it while it's charging. At least before I could charge batteries, and just swap the discharged ones with fresh ones. Now I can't use my mac at all while the mouse is charging. Plus, I can't charge it overnight because my employer requires me to shut down my mac. So I had to get a wall wart in order to charge the mouse. Not very well thought out, was it, Apple? Put the charging port on the side so I can use it while it's charging... please!

    24 of 30 people found this useful

  • 1.0 out of 5 stars


    This mouse lacks precision.

    It'snon-ergonomic and results in sore writs from even modest use.

    You cannot right click without completely lifting all other fingers from the mouse.

    The charging port is on the bottom and WILL NOT charge as quickly as apple states unless you use a 1A charger which you will not get from the USB port on your mac. Because of this design, when the li-po battery inside degrades (which will happen in 2-3 years no matter what), the mouse is garbage.

    It is VERY picky about the surface that it will be able to read.

    Just about any other mouse on the planet is superior. They're design to fit the human hand.

    20 of 31 people found this useful

  • 4.0 out of 5 stars

    Good mouse

    I wouldn't say it's worth the upgrade over the first Magic Mouse, but if you just need a decent mouse that works well with your Mac you can't go wrong with this. It works perfectly and the build quality is great, just as you'd expect from Apple.

    3 of 6 people found this useful

  • 5.0 out of 5 stars

    magic mouse 2

    i just got this magic mouse..i give it 10/10 stars
    i really love this mouse ! this is why apple always the best !
    this magic mouse 2 + macbook 12in 2015 =best combination

    3 of 7 people found this useful

  • 3.0 out of 5 stars

    Apple magic mouse 2

    No connection issue. Great design except the charging port.

    1 of 1 people found this useful

  • 5.0 out of 5 stars

    Great Mouse!

    If you like the original Magic Mouse then you will love this as it removes the need to carry spare batteries...

    The charging port is on the bottom and while it can't be used while charging, a full charge only takes a couple of hours and should last about a month. If you do forget to charge it and run out, then a quick charge of a few minutes (while you go and get a drink etc) will last you about a day.

    4 of 7 people found this useful

  • 1.0 out of 5 stars

    Never worked

    Did not work out of box. Updated the OS. Still failed. Really? A mouse that my system won't even recognize. What's become of Apple?

    18 of 32 people found this useful

  • 4.0 out of 5 stars

    Magic Mouse 2 & Keyboard review

    I recently (Nov 2015) purchased one of the new iMac late 2015 models that included the new keyboard & mouse. I must say that I am impressed so far with the battery life as both are still working off the initial charge (3 months later), currently (25% & 18%). While I agree that having the charge port on the bottom of the mouse is a poor design however, it does not bother me. I am a highly technical person but I do not use this imac every day for hours at end since I already spend hours at a computer at work daily. I also have the common sense to turn off the mouse & keyboard when i'm not using it so i'm pretty sure that makes a difference in the battery life.

    Overall i give them both a thumbs up.

    6 of 8 people found this useful

  • 4.0 out of 5 stars


    I had the original mouse but it became faulty- batteries needed changing every 2 days.
    I went to the Manchester Apple shop and they kindly exchanged it for the MM2.
    Being rechargeable is a big plus and it is also smoother to use.
    Thanks Apple

    6 of 6 people found this useful

  • 1.0 out of 5 stars

    Worst mouse ever

    Why would anyone think of putting the charge plug on the bottom? If you want a cordless mouse that is fine but it is required to be able to use the mouse while it is recharging.

    Avoid this mouse at all cost.

    46 of 76 people found this useful

  • 1.0 out of 5 stars

    Absolutely HORRIBLE design

    why in the TECHNICAL WORLD YOU COME FROM would you design a rechargeable product that doesn't allow you to continue to use it if it runs out of a charge?!?!?

    you could have designed it with the lightning connector in the front and or the back to allow it to charge and still be used as if it were a mouse with a cord.


    68 of 106 people found this useful

  • 1.0 out of 5 stars

    Great mouse, but epic fail on charging port location

    I love the Apple Magic Mouse. Good ergonomics, accurate and effective touch pad, good battery life. But the Lightning charging port is on the bottom, so it is not possible to use the mouse while it is charging. This is an epic design fail on Apple's part.

    33 of 54 people found this useful

  • 4.0 out of 5 stars

    Excellent mouse!

    Not sure if there is a conspiracy to put down this mouse but I find it excellent. What I like the most about the mouse is the multitouch ability. I love navigation webpages by flipping my finger on the mouse. I find it comfortable in my hand. The only reason I didn't give it a 5 is when you need to plug the Lightning cable (included) into the mouse, you can't use it due to the location of the Lightning port on the mouse.

    Other than that, I'm not sure why people are complaining about it. You can even find an Apple Store near you and try it before you buy it. Or just return it and be done with it.

    Final note: initially, after I paired the mouse, my system would freezes in a system panic. I did research a lot and after examining the panic log, I realized that I had USB Overdrive installed on my older Mac and when I migrated my data to the new Mac, it did migrate USB Overdrive. Even though it was not enabled, it was mentioned in the panic log as one of the kernel extension in the system. Immediately alerted by this, I promptly uninstalled USB Overdrive, rebooted and now I can use my mouse without any problem. So, if you have a kernel panic after pairing your mouse, check if you have anything that modifies or augments your USB peripherals. Many kernel panic are caused by faulty kernel extensions or faulty USB devices.

    2 of 2 people found this useful

  • 5.0 out of 5 stars

    It's amazing

    I love the design and quality of this mouse

    4 of 11 people found this useful