>steve jobs has probably burned a hole through the bottom of his coffin from all that turning
>implying he was ever buried
This was Apple's plan all along. They hooked him up to a generator and they're just trying to get him to spin fast enough to power the planet. Apple will be supplying 100% of all power in the world when they finish putting out all this retarded shit.
And yet if they had've PUT THE FUCKING PORT SOMEWHERE OTHER THAN THE BOTTOM
The amount of time it takes to charge for '9 hours' of battery life wouldn't be fucking relevant.
i'm sure it looks super elegant upside down or awkwardly sideways while it's charging, unlike any other wireless mouse that just looks and works like a wired mouse while charging
Seriously apple's current charging port designer is a fucking genius
>plebians don't even wirelessly charge their roach mouse
> $15 Logitech mouse
> $3 pack of AAs
> tfw set for years
Is this thing made of gold or something?
Material cost = $35
Chinese child Labour = $13 per day (a day for an apple factory worker is about 22-23 hour shift)
Making money from people who think apple is providing space age technology at a reasonable price = Priceless
>This was Apple's plan all along. They hooked him up to a generator and they're just trying to get him to spin fast enough to power the planet. Apple will be supplying 100% of all power in the world when they finish putting out all this retarded shit.
>Apple's face when they can design the stupidest shit and still make a profit
OS X works great with a trackpad. With how large the Magic Trackpad is, I see it more as a gesture mat for input with cursor control as a secondary feature. It's so useful, 4 finger swipe up and down is Home/End, 4finger swipe right and left changes workspaces, 3 finger tap at the top of the trackpad opens Mission Control, etc. I was pretty wary about replacing my mouse with a trackpad but I've come to love the shit out of it.
>what were they thinking this is retarded wtfwtfwtf
so the thought behind this design is you can't just leave it plugged in
by making it impossible to use while charging you make it so that it is either charging or in use
So how easy would it be to replace the HDD and ram in the new 27" imac? Thinking about getting one but don't want to have to pay an extra $1000 just to have a decent drive and ram. Also why the fuck does it have ddr3? I think skylake was all ddr4...
I've got the old one, it's pretty nice. I figured I'd use it alongside a mouse but now the only time I pull out my mouse is every once in a while when I want to game.
It looks like I can keep the new trackpad plugged in, I'll probably get it just for that reason at some point; Force Touch will just be a bonus
I've been using Apple since they had that rainbow logo (pic related) and they used to actually be good and actually "user friendly", meaning things were obvious and easy to find. Now it's all DRM and obfuscation (even the library is hidden) and after the iPad I knew it was the beginning of the end.
my only problem is that they probably gimped it like they gimped the keyboard
the ONLY reason I use the 1st gen keyboard is because its probably the only good feeling chicklet keyboard, and they already ruined it on the retinas/macbook
The real reason they have done this is to hide the port on the bottom so it doesn't ruin the aesthetics.
Apple does this time and time again. They pick aesthetics over functionality, making shit products that look good on the outside and work awfully.
any sales on the 1st gen magic mouse?
mine is kinda fucked and I'd like to get a new one, but I don't want to pay 60 fucking dollars for one.
might find a mac fag online to trade my magic mouse for his trackpad.
I bought an iPhone and a Mac Mini, I'm going all in Apple for at least a couple of years as an experiment. Wish me luck /g/.
Well thank god we all go by the personal preference of a macfag of several years.
A literal pebble has the same ergonomics of this mouse.
A mouse from 40 years ago can host more functions.
But hey, your subjective opinion means a lot to us, keep sharing.
>They don't want wires to be associated with their products.
are you sure
I'm more annoyed of that nail glitching out and also the input lag that made that woman hit to the left of the hole that the nail had left as it glitched out of existence.
Apple has never been able to design a mouse correctly.
douglas engelbart would like to have a word with you
>this is what mactard subhumans actually believe
>mactards are so fucking brainwashed they've deluded themselves into believing a portable crutch designed for laptops is faster and more accurate than a mouse
Why didn't they just make the mouse inductive charging (qi?), and sell it with a gigantic charging pad for the mouse pad.
>Never charge your mouse again
Sounds like something apple would trademark
Apple is responsible for popularizing the WIMP GUI and the mouse, there is no historical ambiguity here.
Microsoft and IBM only caught wind of these by virtue of Microsoft being software developers for the Mac, they had no relations with Xerox themselves.
Otherwise these technologies would have been left to languish at Xerox PARC indefinitely.
Use up to two AA batteries which I have to replace every couple months. I use rechargeable so I've never had an issue of being out of batteries as I always have a few spares charged and waiting.