But with their other devices, charging it doesn’t make them unusable for the duration of the…
Solomon Hsu

Good point. I wonder if, then, this is a case of Apple picking a low-exposure, low/risk point to make a stand on principle? If your iPad didn’t work when you were sitting on the floor of the airport because that’s the only spot with power, that’d be an outrage. But with a mouse that needs to be charged once a month, Apple can get away with forcing the ideal of untethered use because it’s not as visible a product.

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