- Bluetooth-enabled Mac computer
- Mac OS X v10.5.8 or later with Wireless Mouse Software Update 1.0
- Existing keyboard and mouse for setup
That's with Boot Camp.
Says Apple. See my earlier post of Apple's system requirements for the Mighty Mouse. Do you see "Windows driver" mentioned anywhere? Do you see "Windows" mentioned anywhere? Should you not be reading Apple's site and comprehending?Says who - you?. Hello Mr Ive - should you not be working hard in Cupertino?.
failSays Apple. See my earlier post of Apple's system requirements for the Mighty Mouse. Do you see "Windows driver" mentioned anywhere? Do you see "Windows" mentioned anywhere? Should you not be reading Apple's site and comprehending?
Everyone else seems to understand the obvious:
Such a mature response! So much factual evidence for your argument! Such irrefutable data! I'm completely underwhelmed!fail
Do you have another mouse attached to the iMac while you're configuring the Magic Mouse? It's clearly stated as a requirement.I have 2 new iMac's and have been pulling my hair out since about 5pm yesterday. The keyboards connected fine the mice no way, I will be going to the apple store later for wired versions, unless someone out there knows something I dont?
It is obvious that the mouse will function under generic Windows mouse drivers, albeit without multi-touch features. Why anyone would want to use a mouse without even basic scrolling is beyond me; I think we may have to wait on the code monkies in Cupertino for this one.By the way, if you come up with any facts to support your claim that it works on Windows, you're welcome to come back here and post them... (such as after Apple releases Windows drivers sometime in the future.)
It isn't fully functional on Boot Camp, which is the point:If it works in Bootcamp it will work on any PC by using the driver packages from Bootcamp. You will have to pair the mouse manually. It works that way for the older Mighty Mouse and current Bluetooth keyboard.
Glad 2 hear this. I want 2 get a magic mouse and Apple keyboard for my PC but didn't want 2 until I knew they worked. Sounds like I can safely get the keyboard now.Apple say that wireless keyboard works only with mac but it's not true .
It works also with any pc ( i use it on my Dell laptop ) .
So i imagine the same for the magic mouse . If i could only have one to try it ....
XP is outdated, I know. I haven't spent the money to upgrade yet. Does anyone know if there are drivers or anything to get the magic mouse to work on XP?I'm currently using a magic mouse, and I'm running windows seven. And OMG the scroll, zoom, swipe and all that stuff works. How amazing!
No, I'm not joking. It works.