Could the Magic Mouse 2 support Force Touch? Probably not in its current state. I don’t know what it would take to implement force touch sensors underneath the top the Magic Mouse, but I’m sure it’s not a trivial task.
Apple has a pattern of not implementing new features in older devices in order to get people to adopt the new device. The lack of Force Touch in the Magic Mouse 2 could be both a difficult thing to do and a way to get people to switch to a Magic Trackpad 2. True, Force Touch isn’t necessary for using your Mac. But I won't be surprised if Apple ever introduces a vital interface element that requires a trackpad, forcing people to at least introduce a trackpad alongside a mouse and keyboard. (Maybe you already do this if you’re a MacBook user.)
I think we can agree that input devices might be the most personal parts of a personal computer. Therefore, opinions about input devices like mice are highly subjective, and my reasons for not liking Apple mice are a matter of taste and how they fit my personal ergonomics and way I use a mouse. (As a matter of perspective, my favorite mouse is the Logitech Performance MX.)
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