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Apple Magic Trackpad
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is it water proof 4 Oct 2014
Yes upto 100 meters when using your i-Mac while scuba diving.😜😜😜😜😜
4 Oct 2014 by Mark Charleson
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No. It's compatible with OS X 10.6.4 and above.
1 Oct 2014 by John Y.
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Sorry. Not tried it but I suspect not.
14 Feb 2014 by R. L. Hore
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I guess you could use a stylus for the basic movements but obviously you lose the gesture movements like zoom and any other 2 finger gestures. Best not to use a stylus that is sharp and might scratch the surface.
22 days ago by David Hart
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Hi, as long as his software version is Mac OS X v10.6.4 or later the magic trackpad will work with the Mac Book Air... To find out click on the Apple logo in top left of the home screen then "About". The software version will be shown amongst that information.
20 Dec 2014 by nsf
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The system requirements according to Apple are: Mac OS X v10.6.4 or later A Mac computer with Bluetooth wireless technology Latest Magic Trackpad software update I'm not sure what a Mac 7,1 is, but if it has Bluetooth the answer should be "yes."
18 Aug 2014 by S. Darlington
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No
10 Dec 2014 by Riyadh Raouf
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I regret that I do not know because I do not have an iPad. Apple should be able to advise you.
28 Nov 2014 by Kered
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I dont think Mac OS X v10.4.1 is late enough. Minimum requirements is Mac OS X v10.6.4 or later. It does have bluetooth for connectivity.
24 Nov 2014 by nsf
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sorry i have no idea.
5 Sep 2014 by Mr. P. E. Kale
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