First look in pictures: Apple Magic Mouse 2, Magic Trackpad 2, and Magic Keyboard

Photos of Apple new input devices, released earlier this week.

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Apple's Magic input devices

On Tuesday, Apple released three new input devices: the Magic Mouse 2, the Magic Trackpad 2, and the Magic Keyboard. The devices just arrived, and we took a few pictures as we opened up the boxes and inspected the new hardware. Look for in-depth reviews coming soon.

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Magic Mouse 2 unboxing

The presentation of the new Magic Mouse 2 out of the box is impressive.

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Inside the Magic Mouse 2 box

Apple includes a Lightning cable, used to charge the Magic Mouse 2. The mouse connects to your Mac via Bluetooth.

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Old and new Magic Mouses: From the top

The new Magic Mouse 2 is on the left, next to the first Magic Mouse. The outer top surface is exactly the same.

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Old and new Magic Mouses: From underneath

The differences between the new Magic Mouse 2 (left) and the old Magic Mouse are noticeable underneath. Since the new mouse has a built-in battery, a removable battery cover isn't necessary.

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Charging the Magic Mouse 2

Since the Magic Mouse 2's Lightning port in underneath the mouse, this is what happens when you need to charge it. 

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Magic Mouse 2 unboxing

The Magic Trackpad 2 also uses a Lightning cable for charging and connects via Bluetooth.

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Magic Trackpad 2

This version of the Trackpad is white. The original Magic Trackpad was an aluminum color.

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Magic Trackpad 2 angle

The angle helps the Magic Trackpad 2 be more ergonomic.

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Magic Trackpad 2 switch and Lightning port

The power switch and lighting port are locate at the top edge of the Magic Trackpad 2.

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Magic Trackpad 2 underneath

More white and an Apple logo.

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Magic Keyboard unboxing

At first glance, the new Magic Keyboard looks like the previous model.

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Magic Keyboard unboxing

All of Apple's Magic devices use Lightning connections to charge, including the Magic Keyboard.

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Old and new comparison

The old Apple Wireless Keyboard (top) and the new Magic Keyboard (bottom).

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New thinness

The new Magic Keyboard (right) doesn't have a battery compartment at its top edge, like the one on the old Wireless Keyboard (left).

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Magic Keyboard key profile

The Magic Keyboard (bottom) has low-profile keys that require less travel when you press them.

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Magic Keyboard switch and Lightning port

The Magic Keyboard's top edge houses a power switch and a Lightning port for charging.