Apple Magic Mouse 2 Wireless Bluetooth: 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 optimised 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 is ready to go straight out of the box and pairs automatically with your Mac.
System Requirements: Bluetooth-enabled Mac computer with OS X v10.11 or later
Black Apple Magic Mouse 2 Wireless Bluetooth.
Apple Magic Mouse 2 Wireless Bluetooth Charging
Instead of AA batteries, the new Magic Mouse has an internal rechargeable lithium-ion battery that provides up to a month of use between charges. That’s about twice the amount of time most users get on rechargeable alkaline batteries used in the original Magic Mouse.
A full charge takes as little as two hours, while a quick two minutes of charging is enough to give you nine hours of use before the mouse needs a refill.
You charge the mouse through a Lightning port on the bottom. The removable battery cover used in the original Magic Mouse is gone. Now, there’s a solid aluminum bottom with a single Lightning port between the guide rails.
Apple supplies the Lightning-to-USB cable for charging, and your Mac can provide the power needed to keep the batteries charged. The downside is that the location of the Lightning port on the bottom of the mouse means that you can’t charge and use the mouse simultaneously.
Apple Magic Mouse 2 Wireless Bluetooth Pairing
Ever have problems getting a Bluetooth device, such as the Magic Mouse, to pair with your Mac? The Magic Mouse 2 uniquely solves that problem. If the Magic Mouse 2 is unpaired, as it is when you first receive it, or if you manually unpair the mouse using your Mac’s Bluetooth preference pane, it can pair instantly by connecting the mouse to the Mac using the Lightning-to-USB cable.
Other improvements for the Magic Mouse 2 include a smoother glide over surfaces. With the removable battery door gone, Apple was able to tweak the glide sleds for enhanced handling. That said, the original Magic Mouse glided across most surfaces without skipping, sticking, or producing tracking errors.