Apple’s new versions of ‘Bluetooth Magic Mouse’ and wireless keyboard leaked.

Apple’s new versions of ‘Bluetooth Magic Mouse’ and wireless keyboard leaked.
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By Aarati Shah , Christian Post Contributor

August 23, 2015|4:44 am

The U.S. Federal Communications Commission surprised Apple when a pair of filings appeared on the organization’s website. The filings listed the possible upgrades that Apple had in store for their Magic Mouse and wireless keyboard. These were accompanied by images showing the FCC label location on a new mouse, revealing that new mouse as “Magic Mouse 2”.

Apple has been working to bring out the upgrades on its mouse and keyboard for some time now.
The name of the new wireless keyboard could not be ascertained. Rumors are strong that Apple could be using the new accessory to plug in Force Touch support over the desktop.

The images do not reveal any new design details on the exterior but does show a small switch that appears to be a power switch on the top left side of the keyboard. This indicates that the accessories are to be upgraded externally.

Speculations point toward the new Bluetooth keyboard controls in iOS 9 being made iPad-compatible and the Apple wireless keyboard will receive new special keys to manage iPad applications or features.

Apple’s Magic Mouse and wireless keyboard have not been upgraded in the last few years. The leak indicates a substantial jump in the i…………… continues on Christian Post

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Logitech MX Anywhere 2 wireless mouse review
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Call me the computer mouse queen – I love trying out new mice for all of my devices. It’s hard for me to go without one when carrying my laptop around.  Logitech just released the MX Anywhere 2, a wireless mouse that enables you to connect to Windows and Mac via a wireless USB receiver or Bluetooth. Let’s take a look at how it performed.Note: Images can be clicked on to view a larger size.

The Logitech MX Anywhere 2 mouse comes with a pico unifying receiver, a Micro USB cable and booklet documentation.  The mouse dimensions are 2.4 x 3.9 x 1.4 in, weighing in at 3.7 oz, and the receiver (0.6 x 0.6 x 0.3 inches in size).The mouse works with Windows 7, 8, 10 or Mac OS X 10.8 and later.  You can connect it to your computer or Windows tablet using Bluetooth or the pico unifying receiver.  

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