I am traveling to Amsterdam & Barcelona - need info about Voltage, not plug adapters. Will iPhone charger work with the Euro voltage (220V, 50Hz)?
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can i use my adapter for Mac Pro with 220 Voltage?
- Answered by Hosny E from Springfield
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iPhone chargers work from 110-240V. No issues on the voltage for the iPhone USB power adapter. It is designed to work worldwide thus the 100-240V.
- Answered by Andrew Yu Xuan S
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Well folks, I have returned from Europe (Amsterdam & Barcelona) and I am happy to report that my Magsafe power adapter for my MacBook does, indeed, function on European voltage (220 VAC, 50 Hz). That is, once I acquired appropriate plug adapters.
Those iPhone & iPod 5W USB wall chargers also worked fine with plug adapters. And, finally, Apple makes a European USB charger, Model # A1400. Not sure where to buy them in the States.
- Answered by Stephen F from Buffalo
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The Ipad charger for American 110 volt 60 Hz. Is it also 240 volt 50 Hz?
- Asked by George M from Fairfield
- 04 1, 12
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Will MagSafe 2 from USA work in Europe with 220 v and plug adapter only? Or does it need a voltage converter?
- Asked by Martin L from New York
- 04 21, 13
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