• 3.0 out of 5 stars

    Very interesting.

    • Written by Mike B from Butler

    I've used a trackball for years. Despising the dragging and moving of a mouse on a pad seemed so subservient. Im going to give this Magic Mouse a try for awhile. What is so cool is; quickly moving the Magic Mouse, moves the pointer relatively further across the display. Hahahaha, thats slick. Like I said, this is a trial for the Mouse.

  • 2.0 out of 5 stars

    On my 2nd one...

    • Written by James F from Birmingham

    This *replacement mouse is now lagging with screen movement like the 1st one Apple replaced.
    This is on another iMac also... I truly don't get it - white mouse works FINE!
    Guess I'll be calling for a 3rd replacement soon.

  • 5.0 out of 5 stars

    Absolutely awesome mouse!

    • Written by Adam G from Houston

    I know that getting a mouse for a MacBook isn't really necessary since you have the trackpad, but I wanted to get one since my MacBook Pro sees heavy use with iMovie and it's not very easy using the trackpad to quickly drag something into the timeline or moving an audio track over just a couple inches and it assumes that you're highlighting part of it, but with this mouse, I can do those tasks like a pro. Not to mention that all the issues that the previous version of the Magic Mouse had are now fixed in this one. I have no idea what the deal is with the bad reviews about the flawed design. I do agree that the lightning port on the bottom is a bad design and that you can't use like a classic mouse, but I don't mind it considering how long the battery lasts with normal use and how fast it charges. Plus who still uses a wired mouse in 2019?

    Don't trust the bad reviews, they're all because of user error.

    1 of 2 people found this useful

  • 5.0 out of 5 stars

    Magic Mouse 2 performs as expected

    • Written by MARK W from downers grove

    Absolutely no issues. Works exactly like the battery powered version. Ergonomics are identical as well.

    2 of 3 people found this useful

  • 1.0 out of 5 stars

    Bad ergonomics

    • Written by Randall B from VIRGINIA BEACH

    I love my iMac, but hate this mouse. It is ergonomically horrible, and its hard to use the gestures without almost having a sticky mouse pad to keep it from moving. It is also sluggish and hard to use for precision work, like photo/movie editing and even spreadsheets. I am currently using a generic mouse, which does not work with the gestures. This is unfortunate because I can't get the best use of the MAC IOS. Apple does a great job with their computers and I wish they would do the same for their mouse and track pad products.

    6 of 7 people found this useful

  • 1.0 out of 5 stars

    New to Mac- Not a great start

    • Written by Deborah S from Gastonia

    This mouse is extremely laggy and needs highly exaggerated hand movements in order to respond. It turns out USB 3s can disrupt the bluetooth connection of the mouse, along with any other bluetooth device connected to your MacBook. The mouse doesn't even come with Thunderbolt 3 charging wire. You'll need to purchase a separate adapter just to charge it. And yes, you read that correctly. The charging wire is not compatible with the very computer this mouse was designed for. For the price- and the brand- I had much higher expectations. Very disappointed.

    10 of 24 people found this useful

  • 4.0 out of 5 stars

    Generally a very good device

    • Written by Pavel Y from Los Angeles

    It would be a perfect mouse for daily usage if it was slightly bigger and had a zoom function with two fingers like a touchpad.
    As for the charging slot location at the downside, it seems to be a design trade off and I don't care about that much, I don't have to charge it too often thanks to the battery life.

    The mouse generally works perfectly. It feels much more accurate over bluetooth at MacBook than the other mouse I have (twice expensive btw). Despite its touch interface I never confused left and right clicks.

    4 of 4 people found this useful

  • 1.0 out of 5 stars

    Comes with the wrong cable

    • Written by Mindaugas Z from London

    Even tho Apple MacBook Pro has only USB-C ports, Apple mouse comes with the regular USB to lightning cable. So you need to purchase USB-C to lightning cable in order to use it. Utterly ridiculous.

    29 of 35 people found this useful

  • 1.0 out of 5 stars

    Surface of mouse has started to peel

    • Written by J Morgan C from Manchester

    I have had the mouse for about 8 months of every other day use, and the edges of the mouse (the thin glossy plastic layer on top) have started to peel! This to me is unacceptable for the price point, and just frankly weird that the design would allow for it to even occur.

    10 of 19 people found this useful

  • 5.0 out of 5 stars

    What Are these Bad Reviews About!!!

    • Written by Alex E from Maple

    The Port on the bottom is fine because of the crazy long battery life. also, you can connect it without the charger. Step one: Turn It on. Step 2: Go to Bluetooth settings. Step 3: Press pair!!! It is an awesome product and works great. Stop hating on the mouse because it is really good.

    1 of 1 people found this useful

  • 5.0 out of 5 stars

    Love this mouse

    • Written by Stephen L from Halifax

    It's small, sleek and neat and looks just great. I use my MacBook for personal use and find the mouse is comfortable and takes up little room when travelling. Left and right clicks have a very definite and reasuring action and audible click. Scrolling with an up-down or side-to-side swish of a finger is superb. It connects straight away when selecting it from the bluetooth icon on the top menu bar. Here it also shows you how much battery life you have left and so you shouldn't get caught out with a dead mouse! It lasts for ages on a charge too. I've been using mine for a couple of weeks now - light to medium domestic use - and it's still 85% charged. It is at a massive cost though, but it's just one of those things - the stylish good looks and the great functionality mean you just have to fork out for one.

    3 of 3 people found this useful

  • 5.0 out of 5 stars

    Awesome product!

    • Written by Alan Duke W from Las Cruces

    I read a lot of reviews before buying the mouse, which is my normal routine but I'm glad I ignored most of them. Magic Mouse 2 is perfect for your Macbook, I have the New MacBook Air.

    1. The gestures work perfectly.
    2. Battery - listen if you only charge once per month or even every other week, why does it matter where the port is. No successful person is on their laptops 24/7. The device is fully charged in 60-90 minutes and lasts 3-4 weeks.
    3. It just looks and feels good.

    Enjoy your mouse and disregard all the charging talk, its a moot point.

    13 of 14 people found this useful

  • 5.0 out of 5 stars


    • Written by Jennifer L from Rockford

    Adjusted settings in system preferences and now is perfect. Bought adapter assuming I’ll need it for other tech later so didn’t mind. So happy it’s rechargeable! Yay! The negative reviews must be paid reviewers by the competition, or simply jealous.

    4 of 5 people found this useful

  • 2.0 out of 5 stars

    Limited Functionality.

    • Written by Daniel W from La Crosse

    Scrolling around in Adobe programs or Logic Pro is super easy with this mouse. But it shocks me that Apple doesn't sell a mouse with side buttons or dedicated left and right mouse buttons. I also can't believe iOS doesn't support front/back mouse buttons. Apple seriously needs to get with the times.

    Dear mouse designer at Apple,

    I know how to improve the Magic Mouse WITHOUT changing a thing about it. I'd be more than happy to share my idea with you - just shoot me an email.


    - disappointed Apple customer

    11 of 28 people found this useful

  • 4.0 out of 5 stars

    Works well for my use/situation

    • Written by Ed G from Yorktown

    I am a new Mac user, and I am writing this for similar newer users. Magic Mouse 2 does the job well for me. Knowing what I know and my use I would repurchase. One caveat--the better the surface the better the performance. I use mine at home with MacBook Air. I work on an older wooden dining room table with a minutely irregular surface. The mouse works "okay" on that with the occasional hiccup or "jump". To avoid scratching the table top I place the computer on a hard/smooth surface table mat ( vinyl). I just happened to slide the computer over a bit and used the mouse on that surface and Shazam it has worked smoothly ever since. I imagine it is the sensitivity of the technology but unsure. Easy initial connect to bluetooth and for subsequent connections (if you ever disconnect) as well. Took me a while to figure out to go to the bluetooth icon to do that. Battery usage is excellent. There should be no worries recharging when needed if you occasionally check the MM usage meter ( see blue tooth icon for MM). I can right click, left click, pull-down --all without problem. The multi-touch surface works well for "swipes" and "scrolling". It is sensitive but as my personal "touch" improves using it that, again, performance improves. I have not yet encountered a software program that does not respond to MM use.

    3 of 4 people found this useful

  • 4.0 out of 5 stars

    Not quite sure what everyone is complaining about

    • Written by Ryan B from Grande Prairie

    Coming from someone who has just recently swapped all of my technology over to Apple, this product is almost perfect. Definitely pricey, but definitely worth it. Paired instantly via bluetooth with my Macbook Pro 13. Only obvious downside everyone can see is the odd placement of the charging port, but with the battery life it contains I don't have any issues with it. Mouse works on almost any surface and the touch gestures still work as flawlessly as they do on the trackpad.

    3 of 3 people found this useful

  • 1.0 out of 5 stars

    Magic Mouse 2 - a large, $80 left click button

    • Written by Andrew F from Long Beach

    I bought this mouse thinking SURELY it would be possible to use with Maya, or any other CAD software. Unfortunately, I was mistaken. This mouse is super advanced and yet it CAN'T do the most basic things like middle mouse click or right click. It can only left click, and scroll. That's it. Don't expect anything else. And don't think you can use outside plugins to make it work either because I've tried and it doesn't work either.

    On top of that, you need to flip the mouse on it's back like a dying turtle in order to charge it. This means it can't be used while it's charging, because some GENIUS put the charge port on the bottom (yes, that's a pun).

    I guess NO ONE at Apple is using Maya or CAD programs because I found this to be absolutely unusable for 3D art and design (infuriating). I hope whoever designed this mouse reads this review and facepalms themselves into eternity when they realize their shortsightedness

    30 of 74 people found this useful

  • 5.0 out of 5 stars

    What's The issue?

    • Written by Tyler Z from Baltimore

    I've used this mouse since its inception. It works flawlessly, no lagging issues, anyone who reports that must have an old mac or something wrong with something else other than the mouse. Connects quickly, but it does however disconnect unexpectedly every now and again. The charging port is on the underside. At first it did seem annoying, and realistically is a very poor choice of location, but it takes 10 minutes to charge. Go stretch, take a bathroom break, kiss your wife and kids, by the time you get back its charged. Y'all should be responsible adults and charge the thing at night like you do your phone and everything else anyway.

    14 of 19 people found this useful

  • 1.0 out of 5 stars

    Had to Return It

    • Written by JEFFREY N from Port Washington

    I recently purchased the MacBook Air with Retina display and I wanted to match my Space Grey laptop with a Space Gray Magic Mouse. It was bad enough that I had to pay a $20 premium to do so but you can't even sync your mouse to the MacBook without buying an adapter since the mouse connection is lightening to USB and the new MacBook is strictly Thunderbolt. So bottom line is that you would need to make an incremental $40 investment versus Apple's already premium priced wireless mouse. This company gets further away from Steve Jobs mantra of quality consumer friendly devices and focuses more and more on its bottom line. Most of us are willing to pay premium price for great products, just not get gouged doing so. Sadly, the apple store folks aren't even aware the issue and this MacBook is 3 months old. In the market for an alternative wireless mouse if anyone has a suggestion.

    27 of 38 people found this useful

  • 2.0 out of 5 stars

    Beautiful, almos useful.

    • Written by santiago C from capital federal

    You really had to make it not work while charging?

    5 of 14 people found this useful