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Don't like the Magic Mouse? Here are the best alternatives for your Mac!

In case you need a change from Apple's Magic Mouse, we've compiled a list of great mice that are compatible with your Mac, so you can click and scroll more comfortably.

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Magic Keyboard, Magic Mouse 2, and Magic Trackpad 2 FAQ: Everything you need to know

Apple's new 21.5 inch Retina 4K iMac and 27-inch Retina 5K iMac come with new accessories: Magic accessories. The Magic Keyboard, Magic Mouse 2, and Magic Trackpad 2 to be specific. And yes: the Magic Trackpad 2 has Force Touch! Here's everything you need to know.

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Apple's Magic Mouse 2 and new Bluetooth keyboard spotted in FCC filing

Apple filed new documents with the Federal Communications Commission indicating the company will release a new version of its Magic Mouse accessory soon, along with a new Bluetooth keyboard.

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Jailbroken iPad gets Apple Magic Mouse support

Redmond Pie decided to try out BTstack Mouse on a Jailbroken iPad and the results were promising:

Not only did it worked with Apple Magic Mouse, but also with almost all the other Bluetooth enabled mice I had. For those of you who don’t know, BTstack Mouse is a free utility which was first released earlier this year for jailbroken iPhones and iPod touch.

First a Nintendo Wiimote, then an external HDD, now BT mouse. Is there anything Jailbreak can't do?

Check out Ally's Spirit Jailbreak guide, and TiPb's Jailbreak forum for more, and the link below for step-by-step BTstack for iPad instructions.


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Do You Want the 4th Gen iPhone Case to be Multitouch like Magic Mouse?

From the now we've heard everything department, an analyst is "predicting" that the 4th generation iPhone's plastic casing will be multitouch enabled, just like Apple's new Magic Mouse.

Not "predicted" of course is how it would work, and how it would filter out things like holding the iPhone for normal use vs. deliberately initiating a multitouch gesture on the back of the case.

Again, with Apple anything is possible, but is this desirable? Can you see Apple doing it?

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Spawn of Rumor: Apple iSlate + Magic Mouse = Magic Slate?

Following up MacRumors discovery of the domain name yesterday, TechCrunch dug a little deeper and found more to support the iSlate guestimation, and now MacRumors is back again with another trademark -- Magic Slate.

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Ninja Tip: How to Use an Apple Multi-touch Magic Mouse with Windows

If you're an iPhone user running Windows and Apple's new Magic Mouse made you ache for a little taste of that multi-touch goodness on the desktop as well, you're in luck! No, Apple didn't provide support themselves, but the enterprising folks over at UneasySilence showed -- there's a hack for that!

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TiPb Presents: iPhone Live! #74 -- blacksn0w Day!

Join Chad and Rene for blackra1n and blacksn0w, Apple TV 3.0, Magic Mouse, more DROOOOID! talk, and all the news, apps, and your questions answered. Listen in!

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Review: Apple Brings iPhone-style Multi-Touch to Magic Mouse

Apple's Magic Mouse, introduced via simple press release on October 20, is the latest point-and-click peripheral for the Mac, and the latest showcase for Apple's multi-touch technology, first introduced in the iPhone and later the iPod touch. While the iPhone is still the premiere multi-touch experience in consumer electronics, however, Apple's modern history of mice has been... poor to mediocre. The hockey puck that shipped with the original iMac was goofy, the one-button Mighty Mouse hard to second-click with and prone to gunked up scroll balls.

Does the Magic Mouse work an iPhone-level spell, or is it just more of the middling? TiPb takes a look after the break!

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Apple Ships Magic Mouse Software Update -- But Still No Magic Mouse

Apple has made Wireless Mouse Software Update 1.0 available for both OS X 10.5 Leopard and OS X 10.6 Snow Leopard users eager to add the new multi-touch Magic Mouse to their existing system -- when they become available. That's right, outside of buying one of the brand new iMacs Apple released last week (which include the mouse and the update), you won't find hide nor hair of the new Magic Mouse either at an Apple Retail Store or the Apple Online Store. They're still pending.

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