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Apple Mouse - User Guide

Apple Mouse 3English Getting Started with Your Apple Mouse Congratulations on purchasing the Apple Mouse . Use this booklet to quickly set up and start using your new mouse . Your new Apple Mouse is a programmable, multibutton mouse . To use your mouse and take advantage of the full range of features, you need Mac OS X v10.4.8 or later installed on your Mac. If your Mac is using an earlier version of Mac OS X, you won’t be able to use all of the features. Setting Up Your Mouse To set up

If your Apple wireless mouse, keyboard, or trackpad isn't working as expected

Try these steps to fix issues with your Apple wireless mouse , keyboard, or trackpad.

Magic Mouse 2 - Technical Specifications

OverviewFeaturing a new design, Magic Mouse 2 is completely rechargeable, so you’ll eliminate the use of traditional batteries. It’s lighter, has fewer moving parts thanks to its built-in battery and continuous bottom shell, and has an optimized foot design — all helping Magic Mouse 2 track easier and move with less resistance across your desk. And the Multi-Touch surface allows you to perform simple gestures such as swiping between web pages and scrolling through documents. Magic Mouse 2

macOS Sierra: Use an Apple wireless mouse

You can adjust the way your mouse works.

Recharge the built-in battery in your Apple keyboard, mouse, or trackpad

Learn about charging the built-in battery of your Magic Keyboard, Magic Keyboard with Numeric Keypad, Magic Mouse 2, and Magic Trackpad 2.

Keyboard, Mouse & Trackpad Support

Get help and learn more about your keyboard, mouse , trackpad and other Mac accessories. Find support, options, manuals and technical specifications.

How to identify your Apple wireless mouse, keyboard, or trackpad

Learn which Apple wireless mouse , keyboard, or trackpad you have and the system requirements to use it. Also find out how to locate your device's serial number.

Apple Wireless Keyboard, Mouse, and Trackpad: How to install batteries

Learn how to install batteries in your Apple Wireless Keyboard, Apple Wireless Mouse , or Apple Magic Trackpad.

How to set up your Apple wireless mouse, keyboard, and trackpad

Learn how to connect your Apple wireless device with your Mac using Bluetooth.

Adjust double-click and scrolling speed of your mouse or trackpad

Learn how to change the double-click and scrolling speed of your Apple Magic Mouse , Apple Magic Trackpad, or the built-in trackpad on your Mac. You can also enable or disable scrolling on these devices.

Wireless Mouse Software Update 1.0 for Leopard

Install this software to take advantage of your Magic Mouse special features. Mac OS X 10.5.8 is required before installing this update.

macOS Sierra: Use an Apple four-button mouse

Assign buttons on your four-button mouse to open Dashboard, activate Exposé, switch apps, and open apps.

Contact Apple for support and service

See a list of Apple phone numbers around the world.

macOS Sierra: Make the screen image larger using an Apple mouse

You can use your Apple mouse to quickly make items on your screen appear larger.

Q: How do I know if my apple mouse is charging?

I have my apple mouse plugged in, but I'm not sure now to know if its charging or not!

macOS Sierra: Change Apple wireless mouse, trackpad, or keyboard batteries

Change Apple wireless mouse , trackpad, or keyboard batteries It’s easy to change the batteries in your Apple wireless mouse , change the batteries in your Apple wireless trackpad, and change the batteries in your Apple wireless keyboard. When you change the batteries, replace all of them at the same time with the same kind of battery. Dispose of batteries according to local laws and regulations. If you’ve never paired your mouse , trackpad, or keyboard with your Mac, you need to do so. See Pair

What is the passcode for an Apple wireless mouse?

Apple wireless mouse devices don't usually require a passcode, but some software requires a passcode to enable the mouse . For example, if you are using your Apple wireless mouse with Boot Camp, the generic class driver in Windows may ask for a passcode.

macOS Sierra: Use an Apple wireless keyboard, mouse, or trackpad

You can use an Apple wireless keyboard, mouse , and trackpad and get rid of the cables that clutter your workspace.

macOS Sierra: Pair an Apple wireless keyboard, mouse, or trackpad with your Mac

Use Bluetooth to set up an Apple wireless keyboard, mouse , or trackpad.

Hear Mickey Mouse or Minnie Mouse speak the time

If you set Mickey Mouse or Minnie Mouse as your watch face, you can tap the screen to hear the time.

macOS Sierra: If the keyboard, mouse, or trackpad indicator light is flashing

Learn the LED flashing patterns for your Apple wireless keyboard, mouse , or trackpad.

macOS Sierra: Mouse & Trackpad pane of Accessibility System Preferences

Make your mouse and trackpad easier to use.

Q: Can you use a Bluetooth mouse or the Magic Mouse 2 with the iPad Pro?

No. There's no cursor support for iPad, iPhone or iPod touch. You can use Apple Pencil with your iPad Pro.

macOS Sierra: Change the way your mouse works

Use Mouse preferences to change the way your mouse works.

Magic Mouse and Trackpad Community

Get Magic Mouse and Trackpad help and support from users around the world

Q: Mouse cursor get bigger when i shake a mouse.

When i shake my mouse , cursor start begin bigger ,is Captain os problem but how to turn of this option, when i play a game my cursor appears in game and game slow down .. need help Thx you.

macOS Sierra: Trackpad and mouse gestures

Trackpad and mouse gestures When you use an Apple trackpad or a Magic Mouse , you can use gestures—such as click, tap, pinch, and swipe—to zoom in on documents, browse through music or webpages, rotate photos, open Notification Center, and more. Trackpad gestures Use one or more fingers on the surface of your trackpad to click, tap, slide, swipe, or more. For example, to move between pages of a document, swipe left or right with two fingers. To see all of the trackpad gestures you can use

macOS Sierra: Charge a Magic Keyboard, Magic Mouse 2, or Magic Trackpad 2

Apple Magic Keyboard, Magic Mouse 2, and Magic Trackpad 2 charge when they are connected to your Mac.

macOS Sierra: Change Magic Mouse batteries

AA batteries, making sure the positive and negative ends are pointing in the right direction. Replace the battery compartment cover. Turn the mouse on when you’re ready to use it. If you previously paired your mouse with your Mac, you do not have to set up the mouse again after replacing the batteries. The mouse should automatically pair itself with your Mac a few moments after you turn it on. If your mouse isn’t paired with your computer, see Pair an Apple wireless keyboard, mouse , or trackpad

Q: Why is my Apple Watch not speaking when I have it on Minnie Mouse

. Turn both devices off together, then restart your iPhone first: Restart your iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch - Apple Support Restart your Apple Watch - Apple Support   More information: Hear Mickey Mouse or Minnie Mouse speak the time - Apple Support

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