Apple's new "Apple Wireless Keyboard" and "Magic Mouse" support Bluetooth LE and realize low power communication

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Manage the broadcasting communication business in the United StatesFederal Communications Commission(FCC) database, Apple's genuine keyboard "Apple Wireless Keyboard"And mouse"Magic MouseA list of the materials of the product which is regarded as a new model of ". Both new products seem to enable communication with low power by adopting the latest version of Bluetooth.

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The FCC database contains a new Apple Wireless Keyboard "BCGA 1644", Magic Mouse is"BCGA 1657Registered on August 14, 2015 with an ID of " There is no image that clearly shows the details of the product in both devices, but in the image showing the product label location of the Magic Mouse, it is described as "Magic Mouse 2".

According to the specification of Magic Mouse 2, it corresponds to version 4.2 which is a new standard of Bluetooth announced in December 2014 and supports Bluetooth LE which can communicate with low power. Also, as it is described as a lithium battery pack, the battery seems to be changed to built-in type.

Meanwhile, the product label image of a device that is supposed to be a new keyboard has no point other than Apple's logo and it is unknown whether the name will be changed from Apple Wireless Keyboard.

Like the Magic Mouse 2, the new Apple Wireless Keyboard also supports Bluetooth 4.2 and Bluetooth LE, and the built-in lithium-ion battery is adopted as the battery. By changing the battery to built-in, it is expected that there will be some change in the design.

Deliver Apple related news9to 5MacAccording to the new Apple Wireless Keyboard and Magic Mouse, it will be announced at a new product launch that Apple is supposed to hold on 9th September 2015. However, since both devices are not Apple's flagship product, it is likely that there will be suddenly announcements before 9th September.

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