Currently Being ModeratedMay 4, 2012 3:30 PM (in response to rlarmanino)
Return it to the Apple store and get a replacement. My magic mouse disconnects every once in a long while, so it's not a bother as it reconnects right away. You've taken reasonable steps to fix it, now use your warranty and replace it.
Currently Being ModeratedMay 4, 2012 6:26 PM (in response to rlarmanino)
I have changed batteries...
Same brand of batteries? If so, you may have to use another brand. There are many discussions in these forums on the flakiness of the MM. Some of them mention that not all brands are created equal, i.e., the positive terminal (little nib at one end) varies slightly in height from band to brand. It appears to be just enough in some brands to frequently cause disconnects. Some proposed solutions have been to had a little ball of aluminum foil to keep the batteries connected. Or some kind of padding to keep the batteries from moving around.
I agree that you shouldn't have to do this to a apple, er, "quality" product. But apparently when it comes to the MM, given the number of posts on that thing, the "quality" leaves a lot to be desired.
FWIW, I recommend that you also have a wired mouse as a backup.
Currently Being ModeratedMay 24, 2012 1:56 AM (in response to rlarmanino)
Replace your batteries with a Mobee inductive charger. This will get rid of the need for batteries, solve the "connection lost" problem, and you'll never need batteries again. Takes 2 minutes to install - fantastic! No more dropouts.