An Apple patent that was revealed recently points toward a new and improved Magic Mouse that could see it harness touch capability, additional motion sensors that hold a triple-axes gyroscope which detects the roll, pitch, and yaw of the mouse. In layman’s terms, this will allow users to tilt the mouse if they decide to scroll horizontally and vertically, while tilting it will move an object on the display. A convex bottom is thrown into the design to make the mouse rockable and easier to perform those tilts and rolls. No idea on whether this will change the way we use computers, but we know for sure it isn’t going to make for a great gaming mouse.
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