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Mac Pro 2012 and unacceptable - restless BLUETOOTH Magic Mouse

207 Views 3 Replies Latest reply: Dec 4, 2012 10:28 AM by Linc Davis RSS
delaruadiaz Level 1 Level 1 (0 points)
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Dec 4, 2012 7:50 AM

It is unfortunate, it is a great nuisance, is a grave error in my opnion by Apple, a person like me who spend a lot of money on a new computer and I can not work 10-12 hours a day at home, because a mouse also not cheap, drives me crazy.

 

I have wanted to throw the Magic Mouse out of the window.

 

I know the problem is the bluetooth. I have the computer to within 1 meter. And I think I've tried almost everything.

 

The computer is under warranty, but from what I've read on the forums, no solution ... well, yes, buy a new USB mouse :-(

 

By the way, I have a Mac Pro Quad-Core 2012 3.2GHz / 12GB Ram. OSX 10.6.8

 

 

I wanted to record my complaint.

Shame!

 

PD: Forgiving English Google Translate.

Mac Pro (Mid 2012), Mac OS X (10.6.8)
  • RatVega™ Level 4 Level 4 (1,855 points)

    Some times the fanciest product is not the best product...  And not everything Apple makes is the best product.

     

    I also work at home, often 12-16 hours. I found out long ago that wireless peripherals will usually let you down.

     

    In the end, you need to have a corded keyboard and a corded mouse for servicing anyway, so I have corded Apple extended keyboards and corded Kensington Optical Elite mice on all my machines. The mice cost me about $20 each, are programmable, and never require batteries in the middle of the night.

     

    If the Magic Mouse does not work correctly, return it.

  • Grant Bennet-Alder Level 8 Level 8 (48,180 points)

    Welcome to the Apple User-to-User forums! Everyone here is a user just like you.

     

    Apple makes no promise to read these forums, and NEVER responds here.

     

    If you want to register your complaint with Apple, Inc, you need to use the Feedback link or contact the Apple Store or AppleCare.

     

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    Macintosh computers use all-devices-active . When you decide to use your wireless mouse, the wired mouse and your tablet are also active. The input is the SUM of all movements from all the attached devices -- unless you physically disconnect them.

    Mac Pro (Early 2009), Mac OS X (10.6.8), & Server, PPC, & AppleTalk Printers
  • Linc Davis Level 10 Level 10 (108,150 points)

    If you're really running OS X 10.6.8 on a 2012 Mac Pro, that's an unsupported configuration.

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