• 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.

    7 of 7 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.

    4 of 5 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

  • 4.0 out of 5 stars

    Does not ship with the right cable for newer MacBook Air

    • Written by Melanie C from Cookstown

    Note if you have purchased a newer MacBook Air, this mouse only ships with a USB-C to USB cable. The USB-C end needs to go into the mouse, and your machine does not have a USB port, only 2 USB-C ports. So I was forced to buy a $25 adapter in order to use the mouse. Just like Apple to evolve the product but not the accessories. Really annoyed about that.

    1 of 2 people found this useful

  • 4.0 out of 5 stars

    My Review on Magic Mouse 2

    • Written by Jason Y

    The magic mouse is very useful and helpful when creating projects and slideshows. Even though when playing Fortnite you can't shoot while focusing but you can still change the command as something else. I really like it because it is wireless and has lots of different features.

  • 4.0 out of 5 stars

    Why no USB-C cable included.

    • Written by Lindsey B from Central Hawke's Bay

    I have through my work just had my MacBook Pro Laptop updated. This latest MacBook Pro only has USB-C/thunderbolt ports. None of the older style USB ports. Yet the latest space grey Magic Mouse only comes with a non-USB-C cable. WHY??? I love the mouse, but this is an enormous omission. At the very least there should be an option to have a USB-C cable instead of the one offered.

    4 of 4 people found this useful

  • 4.0 out of 5 stars

    Great Mouse but buy white

    • Written by Brian S from thornville

    Seems to be much more stable with my new MBP's finicky bluetooth than my magic mouse 1.0. Port on the bottom is not an issue. I take away one star because it is black not really space gray. Only gray on the bottom that you can't see. Received as a gift, but would definitely not pay an extra $20 for this "black" one.

    4 of 9 people found this useful

  • 4.0 out of 5 stars

    beauiful mouse but not that egronomic

    • Written by Geoffrey S from Pasig City

    mouse works really well with my mcbook Pro 2018 nd the space grey color mtch my macbook, nice touch sensitive top part of the mouse is really useful, i wish he mouse is more egronomic it's really beautuful and it's gorgeous and battery life is excelent!!!

    8 of 9 people found this useful

  • 4.0 out of 5 stars

    it tracks a little odd but I think I can get used to it

    • Written by John C from San Jose

    everything works exactly as I expected and im happy with my purchase but the tracking is so bad im hoping theres an update or something soon because It works good on my desk table but it doesn't work so well on my mouse pad. thats a problem for me cause I don't wanna rub the mouse on the table since it was 99.99 plus tax and I rather use a mouse pad thanks.

    1 of 3 people found this useful

  • 4.0 out of 5 stars

    Just one Issue!

    • Written by Domingo M from South Elgin

    I can live with plugins the cable from the bottom. Like the feel, but the gloss finish is TERRIBLE! Finger prints all over the top surface. It should have the same finish as the keys on the Space Gray keyboard.

    5 of 8 people found this useful

  • 4.0 out of 5 stars

    Brilliant in Space grey

    • Written by Paul K from Pelican Waters

    Since 2013 when I got the black trash can Mac Pro, i have wanted an apple branded black or space grey magic mouse for a long time, the last one i had was the original one from the very first generation of the magic mouse and it still works!! but it requires AA batteries as well, and even with rechargeable ones its a pain, But I am very happy to have finally switched back to apple mouses and especially the magic mouse 2 love it, it is much improved in tracking since the original version and you don't have to worry about the bottom cover for the battery falling off. The real reason though t went back was because they have now black and space grey keyboards and mouse's

    the only issue I have with it is what everyone has an issue with and thats the silly placement of the lighting port for charging fortunately it doesn't require much charging which is good.

    Very smooth to use with my space grey MacBook pro 15 inch with touchbar and it just works, also very good quality.

    1 of 1 people found this useful

  • 4.0 out of 5 stars

    LOVE the Black, but still Dislike the Charging Location

    • Written by Tony K from Salem

    Just love the black! But still wish the charging port was like at the top like the Apple Keyboard...so a person could keeping using it while it's charging.

    So like other reviews I've left...while I absolutely LOVE Apple...I will have to admit to being a lil' disappointed that the Space Gray costs more. I mean we have 3 Space Gray MBP 15" and they didn't "cost" more...does seem a lil' money grubby...maybe? Yet, still love it!

    And Apple needs to add the Space Gray options when a person orders a brand new Mac / iMac, Mac Mini, as well. Even if they do cost more still than the silver.

    8 of 13 people found this useful

  • 4.0 out of 5 stars

    A bluetooth mouse with one fatal flaw

    • Written by Aaron F from Thornhill

    It's a mouse and it works. Moves on my desk just fine, appreciate the physical click, like the finger gestures, and the battery lasts a long time.

    However, it has one fatal flaw: the charging port is on the bottom of the mouse. Why? Why not put it on the side so I can still use it (like a classic mouse), instead of being forced to leave it upside down (and be unusable) while it charges? It's an obvious fix to a problem.

    799 of 906 people found this useful