How Long Does Magic Mouse Take to Charge?

The Magic Mouse takes about 2 hours to charge fully, so if you are looking to get it to full capacity, that is about how long you will be unable to use it.

If you are a Mac user, you are probably familiar with the Magic Mouse. It’s a wireless mouse that comes with your Mac and requires charging from time to time. The Magic Mouse has a solid, inbuilt battery that needs to be charged, unlike other wireless mice that have removable batteries.

To check how much battery you have left in your Magic Mouse, go to the upper menu in the top left corner of your iMac or Mac, then go to System Preferences and click on Mouse. You should be able to see how much battery you have left.

Charging your Magic Mouse is a pretty simple process. To start, turn the mouse off and then flip it over to locate the charging port. It’s a very distinct charging port, and all you need to do is put your iPhone’s lightning cable in there. Use your Mac or even a fabric to charge the Magic Mouse.

When you connect the lightning cable, you should see the sides of the Magic Mouse start to glow, indicating that it’s charging. This mouse usually has great battery life, and a 10-minute charge will give you a full day’s use, while a two-hour charge can give you up to two months of battery life on the Magic Mouse.

It’s a good idea to charge your Magic Mouse every once in a while to ensure it’s always ready for use. Thanks for reading, and if you have any comments or questions, please leave them in the comment section below.


How do I know when my Magic Mouse is charged?
If your menu bar is displaying the Bluetooth icon, click it, and the charge level should show up.
How long does the Magic Mouse battery last?
The rechargeable battery will power your Magic Mouse for about a month or more between charges. It's ready to go right out of the box and pairs automatically with your Mac, and it includes a woven USB-C to Lightning Cable that lets you pair and charge by connecting to a USB-C port on your Mac.
Do you leave Magic Mouse on while charging?
Unlike the Magic Trackpad and the Magic Keyboard, which both work while charging, the Magic Mouse is inoperable while it's being charged. So now we know why you need to flip it over: Apple absolutely doesn't want people using it when plugged in.