What a bait-and-switch, Apple. You charge a boatload for this fancy new mouse and call it "Magic," yet iFixit's teardown reveals nothing even close to magical—just boatloads of capacitive sensors.


Major findings (and we use the word major so loosely we might as well not have bothered): The Magic Mouse uses the Broadcom BCM2042 Bluetooth chip, it's covered in capacitive sensors from the Apple logo on up, and it's hard to break into. Science fails to beat magic once again. [iFixit]