- Answered by Stephanie B
- Flag as inappropriate Answer (Can I charge my AirPods pro with 30w adapter)
I dont think so. It isnt written on compatibility list.it says that only the 2018 MacBook air is compatible.
Hello. The iPad 7th Generation comes with a 12 Watt Power Brick and the higher the wattage the faster. So yes this will charge faster. If the cable you received with the iPad had a USB-A Cable (blocky rectangle shape) then you will need to buy the USB-C to Lightning Port Cable. If it came with a USB-C Cable (smaller rectangle with rounded edges shape) then you are good to go.
can i use this in all countries with different voltages?
Hello. Yes this supports multiple different voltages throughout each country. But in order to plug it in you will need an adapter sold by Apple since this comes with the US Standard Plug.
In summary yes, It will charge any device, however it will do so slower for more power hungry ones. It won't charge the pro models optimally because these require a higher wattage output from the brick (60 for the 13' and 85 for the 15'). So you will likely see the battery percentage decrease even though it's connected to a charger if you are using them. I recommend using the optimal charger for each device because not doing so will result in a sub-optimal user experience and in some cases might even damage the device.
No, Fast Charging is supported by iPhone 8 or later.
Can't find the info online but it should be written on the side of the device.
Yes, but you will need a USB-C to Lightning cable.
I'm not asking nor concerned about Fast Charge, I just want to know if I can SAFELY charge older iPhones (5/5S/5C/6/6S/SE/7) or older iPads (4/Air/Air 2/Mini/5/6) using the 30W USB-C Adapter (w/USB-C to Lightning Cable)? This would be for a situation where that would be the only charger I happen to have on hand. Thanks much for your time.
Yes, older devices will simply draw less power. It will be perfectly safe.
With all the new chargers apple has (5W, 10W, 12W, 30W, etc.) it isn't clear to me (or others) what the recommended chargers are to have. I see that there is a difference in USB as well (Type-A and Type-C) that can work with the phone too. When i've bought my older iPhones (3 to 7) they all came with the 5w USB Type A tiny charger and that didn't seem to give me the fastest time... While the specs of Watts, Volts, amps, are listed... its hard to just find a clear answer on time to charge because that is what we really care about.
No but anything above 29w will charge at 18w speeds as thats the max input of the iphone
It would, just takes longer that's all. Your devices are smart enough to differentiate the different voltages and make it work.
No, I do not believe that it does.
Sorry to disappoint you, but it says under “what’s in the box” that the only thing in the box is the power adapter itself. To me, that confirms you will have to obtain a USB-C cable separately or use the one that came with the USB-C powered device you hopefully already own.
I hope this answer really helps you out in making your decision!
It's the same size