The Magic Trackpad 2, released in October of 2015, includes not only an updated design and larger surface area, but Force Touch and Force Click technology compatible with all the new features in OS X El Capitan. Released alongside the Magic Mouse 2 and Magic Keyboard, the Magic Trackpad 2 is an improved, rechargeable version of the original Magic Trackpad.
The Magic Trackpad 2 holds four force sensors, allowing users to click anywhere on the surface and detecting various applications of pressure. This brings more functionality into the trackpad, giving you a full set of Force Touch and Force Click actions. The surface Magic Trackpad 2 is also 30% larger than before, and it pairs automatically with your Mac. The internal battery will keep you going to up to a month or more on a single charge.
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To complement the new Studio Display, Apple has released new color options for the Magic Keyboard, Mouse, and Trackpad.
Now that the iMac Pro has been discontinued, Apple is also ending the sale of the Space Gray Magic Mouse, Magic Trackpad, and Magic Keyboard.
Though they have some things in common, Apple's Magic Mouse and Magic Trackpad have a lot of differences. Which one is right for you? We break it down for you.
Say bye to batteries with this rechargeable trackpad. The premium space gray finish usually costs extra, but today it's cheaper than its silver counterpart.
Welcome to this week's edition of The Pixel Project: a weekly comic from Diesel Sweeties' Rich Stevens on Apple, technology, and everything in between. This week: The Space Grey Dilemma
Apple has made its Space Grey Magic Keyboard, Magic Trackpad, and Magic Mouse all available as standalone accessories for the first time since their initial launch alongside the iMac Pro.
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