Apple and the Adobe Software Alliance are teaming up to release the Razer Magic Mouse software update to its customers, the company said today.
The software update will be available to all users, but only those running the Mac OS X 10.12.4 Snow Leopard or later will get the update.
Users will be able to upgrade from the MacOS 10.11.3 Snow Leopard to the next version of the software with the click of a button, Apple said.
The company said it will also be releasing a free, browser-based update for Firefox on June 19.
The update will include the Razer-branded software, which will be integrated into the browser.
Apple has been working on the mouse for about six months, with Apple CEO Tim Cook saying earlier this month that it was “probably going to be our last mouse” at Apple.
The mouse, which has a built-in accelerometer, is a “pretty unique piece of software” for Apple, said Cook.
“There’s a lot of value in it for Apple,” Cook said at the time.
“If you’re going to invest $1,000 on a mouse, you really want to be able, if you’re buying it, to be comfortable that it’s going to work.
So if you want to get something that has this sort of functionality, it’s worth it.”
Razer, the maker of the Magic Mouse, has made a name for itself as a gaming mouse manufacturer.
It was also one of the first companies to launch a mouse that worked with the Oculus Rift virtual reality headset, which Apple bought in 2014.