It might have taken longer than expected but code within OS X 10.11.1 starts to shine a light on a possible launch of a new Magic Trackpad 2, Magic Mouse 2 & Magic Keyboard .

 Magic Trackpad 2, Magic Mouse 2 & Magic Keyboard Revealed

Regards to Apple’s new keyboards found on the MacBook it’s fair to say it has just as many detractors as it does fans of the super low key travel keyboard.

However this could be Apple’s way of guiding us to get used to typing on glass and it’s probably not too much of a stretch of the imagination to figure that haptic feedback will come soon on the next generation of iPads with regards to typing.

New Apple Keyboard thumb Magic Trackpad 2, Magic Mouse 2 & Magic Keyboard Revealed

Perhaps even less popular than the new Apple keyboard has been the magic mouse. Granted as a technical achievement it’s amazing being able to use the magic mouse to swipe backwards and forwards along with a tap of your finger being registered as a click.

Looking at the schematics applied it looks like the form factor isn’t going to change, read: still ergonomically incredibly uncomfortable, but with even more intuitive gestures to come.

New Magic Mouse thumb Magic Trackpad 2, Magic Mouse 2 & Magic Keyboard Revealed


With the Magic trackpad you either love it or you hate it and there’s not really much in between but I would still take the Magic trackpad over the magic mouse any day. This past Sunday I was in my local Apple Store and it almost picked one up and as the festive season creeps ever closer it might not be too surprising to imagine a peripheral release around this time.

Digging inside the Bluetooth settings of the third beta of OS X 10.11.1 El Capitan, Consomac discovered that Apple has three new input devices on the way, all with “Magic” branding. Specifically, the inclusion of a Magic Trackpad 2 is noteworthy because it was not included in FCC filings that surfaced in August.

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