Yes it does
- Answered by Akshay S from Ambala Cantt
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I recently replaced my 2012 13" MacBook pro with 2019 16" MacBook Pro. I have a charger extension c
Yes it does
yes it will work
Sure this cable has three prongs but that doesn't mean the grounding goes "all the way through". A n
My MacBook Pro was bought in the UK, and it is supposed to adapt to 220v. Now I'm moving to the US,
Today I purchased a MacBook Air. There are two cables that came with the purchase. One is the powe
I figured it out. Take your Power Adapter and slide the 2 prong plug off. You will see the same connection as the Power Adapter Extension Cable. Slide the Extension Cable into the Power Adapter and you now have a a cable capable of reaching those hard to reach wall plugs.
Would I have to get an adapter for the wall is it compatible with New Zealand power sockets?
Yes. When you purchase from the New Zealand Apple Store, you receive your countries wall plug specifications. So if you buy this, you'll receive the correct one for New Zealand. Alternatively, Apple has a return/refund policy if it does not match the description. You can find this on the apple website. However, I purchased this and was happy that it was the NZ plug.
If the adapter you mean is like Apple 12W USB Power Adapter That is on the Apple Store that comes with iPads... then yes it will work. You just slide off the head that has the steel pins and put the end that has the 2 holes
Refer to an earlier question,. If you order it on the Australian Apple Store online site you will get the cable that will be suitable for NZ (which has the same power point type and voltage as Australia
I bought this to work with my 2017 13" MacBook Pro, 61w charger and it works perfectly! It should work with the bigger charger if the wattage is listed on the description.
yes. it is compatible.
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