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Introduzione

Ci stiamo chiedendo cosa avesse di così magico questo Magic Mouse di Apple... per questo daremo un’occhiata all’interno per scoprirlo!

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  1. Smontaggio Magic Mouse, Smontaggio Magic Mouse: passo 1, immagine 1 di 2 Smontaggio Magic Mouse, Smontaggio Magic Mouse: passo 1, immagine 2 di 2
    • Signore e signori, bambini di tutte le età, benvenuti nel Favoloso Mondo dello Smontaggio di Magici Gadget, sponsorizzato da iFixit.

    • Stasera abbiamo un ospite speciale tra il pubblico. Da Cupertino, California, è nostro piacere presentarvi il primo mouse del mondo ad usare la rivoluzionaria tecnologia Multi-Touch di Apple: il Magic Mouse.

    • Qui da iFixit, lasciateci essere i primi a dare il benvenuto a te, Magic Mouse, sul palcoscenico più importante di tutti. Prego, stai fermo e lascia che ti ammiriamo in tutta la tua infinita maestosità.

    I dub this teardown "Black Magic."

    Miroslav Djuric - Replica

  2. Smontaggio Magic Mouse: passo 2, immagine 1 di 1
    • Suvvia, Magic Mouse, bando alle modestie, lasciaci raccontare al pubblico un po’ di cose su di te.

    • Il Magic Mouse è composto da una base di alluminio, sovrastata da un semplice pannello multitouch, cosa che gli dà un aspetto elegante e senza fronzoli.

    • Contrariamente al precedente mouse, il Mighty Mouse, il Magic Mouse si affida completamente alle gestures per migliorare l’esperienza utente.

    • Scrollate pure in tutte le direzioni usando un solo dito, sfogliate le pagine web con solo due dita grazie alla potente tecnologia di scorrimento basata sul moto, dove la velocità viene calcolata dall’ ampiezza e rapidità con cui eseguite la gesture.

    • Oh Magic Mouse... sei così magico!

    Magic Mouse is not a Modest Mouse?

    Brady Cabe - Replica

    Citazione da brady:

    Magic Mouse is not a Modest Mouse?

    so I am curious what you thought you would find? A pot of gold? Of coarse its a bunch of capacitive sensors...

    SteveO - Replica

    Citazione da SteveO:

    so I am curious what you thought you would find? A pot of gold? Of coarse its a bunch of capacitive sensors...

    I agreee... LOL

    guee - Replica

    Citazione da guee:

    I agreee... LOL

    Modest Mouse is a band, of course

    http://www.modestmousemusic.com/

    :)

    Brady Cabe - Replica

    Citazione da brady:

    Modest Mouse is a band, of course

    http://www.modestmousemusic.com/

    :)

    :)) I know wat you talked,LOL, just for fun.

    Physicstoys - Replica

    What's the black strip-like things on the bottom?

    ramcosca - Replica

    Citazione da ramcosca:

    What's the black strip-like things on the bottom?

    Those are the friction-reducing gliders. They let the Magic Mouse slide effortlessly over smooth surfaces, such as a desk. Ordinary mice have "feet", and the Mighty Mouse has one long light-gray strip that goes around the entire base of the mouse.

    waffle911 - Replica

  3. Smontaggio Magic Mouse: passo 3, immagine 1 di 2 Smontaggio Magic Mouse: passo 3, immagine 2 di 2
    • Per il nostro prossimo trucco, ci servirà un volontario dal pubblico... sì, tu, Magic Mouse... vieni quassù!

    • Signore e signori, il seguente smontaggio contiene acrobazie eseguite da professionisti o sotto la supervisione di professionisti. Di conseguenza, iFixit raccomanda di non provare a ricreare o mettere in scena le acrobazie o attività effettuate in questo smontaggio.

    • Tolto di mezzo il disclaimer, possiamo iniziare a smontare il Magic Mouse.

    • Le batterie sono incluse. Sono delle normalissime pile alcaline Energizer. Siamo sorpresi che Steve non abbia delle batterie marchiate Apple, magari era troppo impegnato con altro per accorgersene... magari un tablet... magari Steve... no... o sì?

    I was wondering why didn't they come up with a wirelessly chargeable mouse? I hate those moments that the battery just died and you lose all the sensitivity. How is the power efficiency on this? Anyone tested?

    Jennyjiji - Replica

  4. Smontaggio Magic Mouse: passo 4, immagine 1 di 2 Smontaggio Magic Mouse: passo 4, immagine 2 di 2
    • Alakazam! Wow, a 69$, il Magic Mouse non costa poco. Per 69$ pensereste davvero che il Magic Mouse sia davvero in grado di fare le magie.

    • Per raggiungere i loro obiettivi di guadagno per il prossimo trimestre, Apple dovrebbe vendere circa 164 milioni di Magic Mouse (Ci hanno detto comunque che Apple vende anche qualche altro prodotto). A questo ritmo, entro circa nove anni tutto il mondo dovrebbe avere un Magic Mouse.

  5. Smontaggio Magic Mouse: passo 5, immagine 1 di 2 Smontaggio Magic Mouse: passo 5, immagine 2 di 2
    • Entriamo dentro, e troviamo il magico amuleto che da al Magic Mouse i suoi fenomenali poteri. Senza troppe sorprese, tra noi e il nostro obiettivo c’è di mezzo una quantità fenomenale di magica colla.

    • Abbiamo usato un attrezzo in plastica per le aperture, facendo leva per tirare fuori il mouse dal suo guscio.

    My two black gilders are very outworn. I stupidly used the mouse on a wooden surface without mousepad. Do you have any idea, where I can get replacement parts for this?

    mario - Replica

    Yes - at the APPLE Store for $69 XD

    KönigT - Replica

    I replaced one missing black glider (broke off and sucked by vaccuumcleaner I guess) by glueing two layers of CABLE TIES (tie wraps). I used cable ties 4.5x350mm which is the exact right width if you ask me. Two layers results in the same height. They slide like new.

    jkdk - Replica

  6. Smontaggio Magic Mouse: passo 6, immagine 1 di 2 Smontaggio Magic Mouse: passo 6, immagine 2 di 2
    • La colla non ne voleva sapere di staccarsi, ma noi l’abbiamo sopraffatta con un tocco della nostra bacchetta magica. Delle viti sarebbero state molto più facili da rimuovere (e più piacevoli da rimettere insieme).

    • Non c’è molto alluminio in questo mouse, ne abbiamo pesati 10 grammi. Questo a fronte di 37 grammi di plastica e 47 di batterie. Quasi metà del peso del mouse viene dalle due batterie AA.

    I used an iron scraper/palette or putty knife (you name it!) and inserted it in the gap from the end side ( logo!) to cautiously lever the aluminium cover off the plastic body. A plastic spudger seemed to weak for me to do this work.

    KönigT - Replica

  7. Smontaggio Magic Mouse: passo 7, immagine 1 di 3 Smontaggio Magic Mouse: passo 7, immagine 2 di 3 Smontaggio Magic Mouse: passo 7, immagine 3 di 3
    • Apriti salsapariglia! Apriti Saskatchewan! Apriti Sotomaior! Apriti sedano!... APRITI SESAMO! Ok, è stato abbastanza facile.

    • Qui riusciamo a dare la nostra prima occhiata a un po’ di magia (sottoforma di sensori touch capacitivi arancioni).

    • La parte superiore del mouse è connessa alla scheda logica e all’alimentazione con un solo, largo cavo a nastro.

    Is very very hard to reconnect the orange cable on magic mouse again!!!!

    rodrigoj6 - Replica

    OMG, whatever you do don’t let that orange cable in the back get disconnected, It’s a complete PIA to reattach. I attempted to dislodge the black chassis in Step 9 hoping that it would give me a little more “slack” to reattach the orange cable and I ended up destroying my mouse. The black chassis is glued down and when I used my SlyPry on it I inadvertently cut through the sensors. Watch out because that orange cable can trip you up.

    Ben Hannam -

    impossible. you can not do it.

    Paul Wilson - Replica

    Just did it :-)

    patrick -

    How? Theres not enough cable or space to work with?

    Tom Jackson - Replica

    After a fair bit of fiddling I finally managed it. Here's my method:

    1. Snap the cover into place with three of the four plastic posts, leaving one open at the cable end. This ensures the cable is correctly aligned but gives a little clearance for access.

    2. Using very flat tweezers (preferably rubber coated) coax the cable into place. If you are having problems gripping the cable (it's very shiny) attach a thin strip of electrical tape across the width. Make sure it's well clear of contacts and socket!

    3. Snap the final post into its slot.

    Andrew -

    For easy removal and reconnection of the ribbon cable, have a look at https://youtu.be/2sk8pR3AmT4?t=3m28s (3:28), where it lifts the cable release from the connector with a paperclip. Do the opposite by pressing it down after you have inserted the cable back in.

    panchristo - Replica

    How did you release the inner body out of its 4 hinges? GOT IT! First broke a plastic spudger on trying but then (under light control) used a small screw driver to lever the bolts on one side out of their hinges. This step is missing between steps 6 and 7.

    KönigT - Replica

    Thank you!!! All of you - your comments helped me fix my Magic Mouse (especially koenigt as there definitely is a step missing in these instructions). I’m not sure how, but the black tape band across the orange connectivity thingies had slipped down, so the orange stuff could be seen when the batteries were removed. Opened up the mouse (with much fearful sighing and gurning), gently prised the band off and replaced it in the correct place (using tweezers), rebuilt the mouse AND IT WORKS!

    juliemountain - Replica

    To get ribon back in easy - break off the plastic bit covering the folded up ribbon - this gives you more ribbon to easily slot back in

    Andy S - Replica

  8. Smontaggio Magic Mouse: passo 8, immagine 1 di 1
    • La parte superiore del mouse è traslucida. Forse Apple dovrebbe fare un mouse con la retroilluminazione.

  9. Smontaggio Magic Mouse: passo 9, immagine 1 di 2 Smontaggio Magic Mouse: passo 9, immagine 2 di 2
    • Dopo aver fatto leva sul telaio di plastica interno, finalmente abbiamo una visione d’insieme dei sensori.

    • Dal logo Apple a salire, l’intera superficie del mouse è ricoperta da sensori touch capacitivi.

    Is that a QR code at the top? Do you have any idea of what it says?

    iDunno - Replica

    Citazione da iDunno:

    Is that a QR code at the top? Do you have any idea of what it says?

    No, it's a datamatrix code. It's most likely for inventory/warranty tracking.

    mordac - Replica

    Citazione da iDunno:

    Is that a QR code at the top? Do you have any idea of what it says?

    "Made in China".

    ryan1000000 - Replica

    Did the transparent cover snap onto the black internal frame or was it glued glued?

    deannaiobbi - Replica

  10. Smontaggio Magic Mouse: passo 10, immagine 1 di 3 Smontaggio Magic Mouse: passo 10, immagine 2 di 3 Smontaggio Magic Mouse: passo 10, immagine 3 di 3
    • Il cervello.

    • Il cervello medio di un topo pesa 0,4 grammi. Il cervello del Magic Mouse ne pesa 9. Questo significa che il Magic Mouse è 22,5 volte più intelligente di un topo normale. Chi l’avrebbe mai detto?

    I would love to see a higher res picture of the last (separated) shot on this step, like step 11 which is mind-blowingly awesome resolution!

    Thanks for detailed teardowns, the step-by step is awesome (and you guys do such a great job, I am only opening one of these things when I don't expect to get them back together and working, I'll leave that to you when I have a problem.

    Keep it up (and you are fast!).

    McLuvnapple - Replica

    you guys arent funny....at all.

    mrgarrison593 - Replica

    Where's the clicking mechanism part?

    Ahmad Syarbini Mat - Replica

  11. Smontaggio Magic Mouse: passo 11, immagine 1 di 1
    • Ecco qui il Broadcom BCM2042A4KFBGH , che permette al Magic Mouse di comunicare con il suo host.

    • Si tratta di un BCM2042 "Advanced Wireless Keyboard/Mouse Bluetooth Chip."

    • Stando alle dichiarazioni di Broadcom, "Integrando nel BCM2042 tutti i componenti dentro mouse e tastiere odierne, si possono ottenere costi minori dei sistemi, per raggiungere i prezzi di mouse e tastiere tradizionali con il filo." Sembra che Apple non abbia letto questa nota.

    "By integrating all components within today's mouse and keyboard into the BCM2042, low system costs can be achieved to approach the price points of legacy-wired mice and keyboards." Apparently Apple missed that memo."

    Wow that typifies the bias strewn thought this teardown... Perhaps if they had built a mouse using the standard (inexpensive and not requiring significant R&D and engineering) couple microswitches and a optical chopper pair they could sell it for the $20-$40 that logitech sells it's wired mice.

    But that is not the case is it?

    Stick to the tech, haters benefit no one.

    Billster - Replica

    Citazione da Billster:

    "By integrating all components within today's mouse and keyboard into the BCM2042, low system costs can be achieved to approach the price points of legacy-wired mice and keyboards." Apparently Apple missed that memo."

    Wow that typifies the bias strewn thought this teardown... Perhaps if they had built a mouse using the standard (inexpensive and not requiring significant R&D and engineering) couple microswitches and a optical chopper pair they could sell it for the $20-$40 that logitech sells it's wired mice.

    But that is not the case is it?

    Stick to the tech, haters benefit no one.

    Err, I hate to break it to you, but this has -one- microswitch, as well as a plain old optical chopper pair. nothing special about either of those. as far as "significant R&D and engineering" goes, capacitive tech has been around for ages, a simple array of sensors isn't anything novel.

    There really isn't anything in this that justifies the ridiculous price tag.

    Omega192 - Replica

    Citazione da Omega192:

    There really isn't anything in this that justifies the ridiculous price tag.

    Except the idea, I did not se a lot of devices like this one before, did you?

    Exactly, and that justify the price (at least most of it…)

    Amos - Replica

    I'm going to buy one. It is about the software and not the hardware.

    MBD - Replica

    Citazione da Omega192:

    as far as "significant R&D and engineering" goes, capacitive tech has been around for ages, a simple array of sensors isn't anything novel.

    And yet multi-touch has never been properly implemented until recently, with Apple and a handful of other companies finally getting it right. Don't underestimate what went into it.

    There really isn't anything in this that justifies the ridiculous price tag.

    Okay, but here's Logitech's current Bluetooth laser offering, and it's $59.99

    http://www.logitech.com/index.cfm/mice_p...

    $9 for a multi-touch surface, with the ability for future expansion in gestures and features, like the trackpads, seems like more than a fair price. Bumping up to a USB darkfield laser is $20. There's nothing new or innovative in a darkfield laser by your standards, and yet it's double the price? Clearly there's a disconnect there.

    useruser - Replica

    For that price i would have expected rechargeable batteries and a powered mousepad that transmits energy without contact to the mouse. That would truly have been 'magic'.

    Apple is already one of the worlds largest producers of e-waste and their production processes are not exactly 'green; either. Now add Aa batteries to that list. greenpeace will have a field day again ...

    iAmAppleFree - Replica

    Citazione da iAmAppleFree:

    ... Apple is already one of the worlds largest producers of e-waste and their production processes are not exactly 'green; either. ...

    Do you have a current source for your incorrect enviro-slam? If you bother to take a look at Apple's Environment section of its website, you'll find comprehensive reports showing full life-cycle environmental impact reports. Something that is above and beyond the standard in the industry. Me thinks you were too quick and out of date (circa early 2007) with your slam.

    Besides, e-waste is insignificant in the global environmental scheme. Try finding a modern landfill with an e-waste leachate problem. You can't. The problem is in the recycling of the electronic components in third world countries. Not in burying the old products.)

    ReasonableGuy - Replica

    Is there a loudspeaker in it? i wonder if I could get rid of the annoying clics, and get a totally silent mouse. The old mouse had a small loudspeaker. But no software to turn it off.

    magicmax - Replica

    Citazione da iAmAppleFree:

    For that price i would have expected rechargeable batteries and a powered mousepad that transmits energy without contact to the mouse. That would truly have been 'magic'.

    Apple is already one of the worlds largest producers of e-waste and their production processes are not exactly 'green; either. Now add Aa batteries to that list. greenpeace will have a field day again ...

    Well...I guess you're not an Apple customer. I am and the #$5& with Greenpeace!

    vick1 - Replica

    Citazione da ReasonableGuy:

    Do you have a current source for your incorrect enviro-slam?

    Here is your proof: most of apple's stuff (ipod,iphone and even some laptops are not designed to have a user replacable battery.) Throw away and buy new...

    @vick1. i hope not all apple users have your mentality.

    iAmAppleFree - Replica

    just got my new iMac yesterday and love the mouse....but it IS loud when you click it!! hopefully will find a way to soften the sound

    suedan - Replica

    I think that the PC people are slamming the magic mouse because they finally got an OS update from Win XP. Too bad PC still only uses buttons... suckers.

    Tigerfish - Replica

    Citazione da Omega192:

    Err, I hate to break it to you, but this has -one- microswitch, as well as a plain old optical chopper pair. nothing special about either of those. as far as "significant R&D and engineering" goes, capacitive tech has been around for ages, a simple array of sensors isn't anything novel.

    There really isn't anything in this that justifies the ridiculous price tag.

    Do you know what an optical chopper pair are? They are an IR emitter/receptor pair used to track the scroll wheel rotation. I don't think this mouse has a scroll wheel (or a chopper pair)

    It's surface tracking (laser) does not use a chopper pair (no mouse does)

    I am a engineer (PLC electronics manufacturing) and I can tell you this is a big change (engineering and manufacturing wise) from a standard 3 button mouse. (and I note that the logitech CORDED mice using laser tracking run $25-$80 (bluetooth run $50 & $60) so the price seems dam reasonable.

    R&D Engineering and getting a production run up to speed (QC) all cost lots of money (trust me)

    I just get sick of (mostly poorly informed) people bashing innovative companies for having to recoup their R&D and production set up costs. If you can't (or don't want to) afford it, wait a year or two till it becomes commonplace and most of the R&D have been recouped, the price will undoubtedly drop a bit.

    Billster - Replica

    Citazione da Billster:

    Do you know what an optical chopper pair are? They are an IR emitter/receptor pair used to track the scroll wheel rotation. I don't think this mouse has a scroll wheel (or a chopper pair)

    It's surface tracking (laser) does not use a chopper pair (no mouse does)

    I am a engineer (PLC electronics manufacturing) and I can tell you this is a big change (engineering and manufacturing wise) from a standard 3 button mouse. (and I note that the logitech CORDED mice using laser tracking run $25-$80 (bluetooth run $50 & $60) so the price seems dam reasonable.

    R&D Engineering and getting a production run up to speed (QC) all cost lots of money (trust me)

    I just get sick of (mostly poorly informed) people bashing innovative companies for having to recoup their R&D and production set up costs. If you can't (or don't want to) afford it, wait a year or two till it becomes commonplace and most of the R&D have been recouped, the price will undoubtedly drop a bit.

    The prices I see on Logitech's site are $80 and $100 for their Anywhere and Performance mice with Logitech Darkfield Laser Tracking™.

    For larger tear-down images, see http://www.cnblogs.com/lzhdim/news/2009/..., and don't worry if you cannot read the language (Chinese?). It includes the Magic Mouse and iMac tear-downs.

    doctordon - Replica

    Citazione da iAmAppleFree:

    For that price i would have expected rechargeable batteries and a powered mousepad that transmits energy without contact to the mouse. That would truly have been 'magic'.

    Apple is already one of the worlds largest producers of e-waste and their production processes are not exactly 'green; either. Now add Aa batteries to that list. greenpeace will have a field day again ...

    Umm, dumbass, you can supply your own rechargeable AA batteries. I have 2 sets for my Mighty Mouse, one in the mouse and one at the ready.

    MrBubbles - Replica

    The Broadcom chip does not seemed to do the job of capacitive sensing (finger touch sensing). There must be another chip that decode the touch sensor. Can you please post the picture for the back of the board? Or list the other chip's name. Thanks.

    Martin - Replica

    Citazione da Billster:

    "By integrating all components within today's mouse and keyboard into the BCM2042, low system costs can be achieved to approach the price points of legacy-wired mice and keyboards." Apparently Apple missed that memo."

    Wow that typifies the bias strewn thought this teardown... Perhaps if they had built a mouse using the standard (inexpensive and not requiring significant R&D and engineering) couple microswitches and a optical chopper pair they could sell it for the $20-$40 that logitech sells it's wired mice.

    But that is not the case is it?

    Stick to the tech, haters benefit no one.

    You shouldn't complain. Here in Denmark, a Magic Mouse costs $106!!

    winggoat - Replica

    Citazione da Omega192:

    Err, I hate to break it to you, but this has -one- microswitch, as well as a plain old optical chopper pair. nothing special about either of those. as far as "significant R&D and engineering" goes, capacitive tech has been around for ages, a simple array of sensors isn't anything novel.

    There really isn't anything in this that justifies the ridiculous price tag.

    Yes sure it "isn't anything novel" that's why no one has a product like this out yet...nothing novel...

    go buy yourself one of those fugly prototypes by microsoft sitting on some loser bozo's staffer's desk instead.

    John A - Replica

  12. Smontaggio Magic Mouse: passo 12, immagine 1 di 1
    • RIP Magic Mouse. Un altro topo morto in nome della scienza. Non abbiamo rotto nulla, ma incollarlo di nuovo insieme sarà difficile. Aggiornamento: l’abbiamo rimesso insieme, e ancora funziona!

    • Prossimamente apriremo l’iMac arrivato insieme al nostro Magic Mouse. Seguite @ifixit su twitter per rimanere aggiornati.

    "We'll be taking apart the iMac that came with our Magic Mouse next."

    I'm dying over here! Get on it!!!

    DUSTmurph - Replica

    I am dieing! Take that chainsaw to the iMac!

    Toushi - Replica

    Citazione da DUSTmurph:

    "We'll be taking apart the iMac that came with our Magic Mouse next." I'm dying over here! Get on it!!!

    Citazione da Toushi:

    I am dieing! Take that chainsaw to the iMac!

    Here you go.

    Kyle Wiens - Replica

    So the little board is the power switch and has contacts to the main board? Does the firmware on the broadcom chip read the touch sensors or is there another MCU hidden somewhere, if so, what is it?

    mobbarley - Replica

    What about pictures of the back of the board.

    BCBC - Replica

    Well, thank you for taking my Twitter suggestion to heart so quickly. But I see an unidentified and unclose-upped chip there at the bottom of the board assembly...what might IT be..

    Jadawin - Replica

    Out of curiosity, would like to inquire who is the manufacturer of the laser sensor. Can't see to see it on the pics.

    sdchew - Replica

    I want an Apple mouse which uses an inductive pad to charge it. None of this environmentally unsound replaceable battery nonsense. How cool would that be? Make an inductive dock which can charge an iPhone, a laptop, a mouse, etc... now *that* would be doing something interesting.

    Diggsby - Replica

    Can someone confirm if any part of the internal electronics is in contact with the aluminum bottom case, as i'm constantly getting a strange tingling feeling in my fingers when i use this mouse and it goes away if i take the batteries out.

    Rob C - Replica

    Citazione da Rob C:

    Can someone confirm if any part of the internal electronics is in contact with the aluminum bottom case, as i'm constantly getting a strange tingling feeling in my fingers when i use this mouse and it goes away if i take the batteries out.

    OldNavy - Replica

    Citazione da OldNavy:

    OK so I screwed up my first post ... this is for Rob C - don't touch the bottom. I don't get the tingle from mine.

    And for everyone else who has an issue with Apple "stuff" - if you want a Cadillac, you pay extra. Pretty simple. I've been using non-Cadillac equipment for the past 30 years. I finally made the switch and wonder, as do most switchers, why I waited so long. Cheers

    OldNavy - Replica

    Citazione da OldNavy:

    By bottom I was referring to the whole aluminum part, which you have to hold to use it.

    the only explanation is that the outer case is somehow grounded and theres a tiny bit of static or something going though it.

    Rob C - Replica

    Citazione da Rob C:

    Can someone confirm if any part of the internal electronics is in contact with the aluminum bottom case, as i'm constantly getting a strange tingling feeling in my fingers when i use this mouse and it goes away if i take the batteries out.

    Possibly the onset of Carpal-tunnel syndrome?

    sp33dwagon - Replica

    Citazione da djLot3k:

    Possibly the onset of Carpal-tunnel syndrome?

    seriously though, just take it to the apple store they'll give you a replacement.

    sp33dwagon - Replica

    Citazione da djLot3k:

    Possibly the onset of Carpal-tunnel syndrome?

    If it is using the same technology as the glass touch pad on the MacBook, then no you're not imagine the tingling. I have felt it too. I for one am amazed by the touch technology in the magic mouse and it is hands and feet above anything Logitech or MacAlly can come up with.

    Newton63 - Replica

    The iMac that came with the magic mouse? I'd say the iMac is the main event.

    jsbrock - Replica

    Can someone please tell me the easiest way to reconnect the touchpad strip to the motherboard?

    Ashley Deltor - Replica

    “Update: We put it back together and it still works!”

    Apacholski -

    As per Ashley Deltor’s question - how about those rebuild instructions?

    Apacholski - Replica

    Can you tell me which glue you used to glue it and put it back together?

    paolariv11 - Replica

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16 Commenti

Magic Mouse requires much more power draw from the 2 AA batteries than the Logitech M600 in that a same pair of batteries that were claimed by OS X as dead (under 5% charge on the upper right banner bar and system prompt for change of batteries) is still able to power Logitech M600 immediately taken out of Magic Mouse. In Logitech's product spec page, it states that it can be powered by a single AA battery and can last 6 months with a new pair. A Magic Mouse would probably only last a month and a half :(

Ye Wang - Replica

Hey, I didn't get an iMac with my magic mouse!! WTF

grtessman - Replica

Hi, where can I get a magic mouse 1 logic board?

Mine is defective, would like to replace it.

Thanks.

Paulo Lopes

paulorodlop - Replica

Are there replacements for the two "skids" on the bottom of the Magic Mouse? I've noticed mine have actually worn down over time. It would be great to be able to pop-in a fresh pair.

Thorzdad - Replica

Would like to know the current draw on the device - off, on idle, on in use

taaronson - Replica

Although it looks super nice, this mouse is crap... loses connectivity very often and sucks battery power quickly... I switched to a little cheap Logitech three buttons, wireless mouse paying only a fraction of the price and it's such a mint!. It's a shame how apple quality has decreased so badly.

Glenn Ponder - Replica

Mine has never lost connection. Batteries last for about a month.

Mal -

These mice have a typical problem of fragile battery contacts; causing problems with connectivity and wasted power. To improve this, cover the (+) tips of the battery with 2 sheets (less than 1cm squared) of of aluminum foil. Do not cover the sides of the batteries.

Now thats magic!

Filipe Almeida - Replica

i am facing problem that my apple magic mouse is not working all function but i have a problem with pointer of mouse. its not working so i want to about any solution ? if i want to buy that circuit board so is it possible ? if yes so please provide link for the same so i will buy directly.

jayendramorabiya - Replica

tu caso es idéntico al mío. las funciones que dependen de los gestos y eventos clic funcionan bien. Solo el puntero que no da arrastre. una ayuda por favor. gracias

Fredy Alvarez -

Only had two problems with mine. Micro-switch replacement and battery cover kept falling off. Never did cure the latter! Battery usage was excellent though.

Mal - Replica

I dropped my mouse and wanted to see if it was repairable. Seeing that it was glued together I turned to iFixit for thoughtful and useful teardown instructions. Instead I got this silly and largely unhelpful attempt at humor. NOT at all what I’ve come to expect from IFixit

David - Replica

My magic mouse has got problem aint scrolling on the mouse surface. Only working with right and left buttons now.

jamesngo - Replica

Is there a schematic for the magic mouse? I opened my defective one and found a blown capacitor. But i son’t know the value of the capacitor.

Don’t even need the schematic if they can show me the layout of the components and their value on the board. This is near where the flex cable connects to the board. Pete

Pete Chisteckoff - Replica

Really kind of obnoxiously overbearing with all the “ooo magic” references. Just, you know, get to the point?

Warren Adams-Ockrassa - Replica

pessima idea: non si riesce a rimettere a posto!!!

Andy - Replica

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