I didn't feel like mentioning that it was on Slashdot....it seems like everyone picked that up pretty quickly.kettle said:
My personal opinion on this matter is this: as you may recall, earlier I started a thread regarding which mouse to buy. The advice given was to wait until Macworld had passed. Macworld has since been and gone - and I never did buy that mouse. I'm perfectly happy with the single button mouse Apple provided with my iMac.mcadam said:hmmm, yeah, maybe apple is right. Those reasons sounds sensible enough... I'll just advice anybody who's not complete fools to get themselves a multi-button mouse with a scrollwheel!
hey, sorry, I didn't mean to make that sound too harsh, it's just that there is a lot of work put into finding stories for these type of news/rumour sites, every bit of credit and relevant backlinking helps to give credit and raise the searchable value of the data.wrldwzrd89 said:EDIT: I edited my original post to point to the article covering it on Slashdot...does that make you happy now?
Maybe Apple doesn't want to stomp all over the domain of third-party mouse makers (in addition to preserving simplicity) by not offering a two-button mouse option. I agree with you that if Apple does offer a two-button mouse, it shouldn't be the default.Timelessblur said:I think apple should start offering to ship a 2 button mouse with there systems. A mouse that looks there 1 button but instead it has 2 buttons and a scroll wheel just dont make it hte defaut one. Best of both worlds