The 61W USB-C Power Adapter offers fast, efficient charging at home, in the office, or on the go. While this power adapter is compatible with any USB-C–enabled device, Apple recommends pairing it with your 13-inch MacBook Pro with Thunderbolt 3 (USB-C) ports for optimal charging performance.
Charging cable sold separately.
What’s in the Box
Apple 61W USB-C Power Adapter
Answers from the community
Is the 61-W charger the right one for a MacBook Air 2015? I need to replace my fraying cord.
- Asked by Maia T from Washington
- on 28 May 2020
Can i use 61w usb-c power adapter for ipad 6th gen
- Asked by praveen K
- on 17 May 2020
Does this charger use a 56k Ohm (Ω) resistor?
No answers yet
- Asked by Jacob H from Chesapeake
- on 9 May 2020
How fast can I charge iPad Pro 12,9 2020? And does it only use what I needs when charger is to much watt?
Like this chargers USB c port on 60watt!
- Asked by Kristoff Z from Oslo
- on 9 Apr. 2020
yes it would work
all circuits should be able to daw up to the maximum of the the power supply uni yes it would work
all circuits should be able to daw up to the maximum of the the power supply unit, however due to resistance within any circuit it should draw what it only needs.
the cable provided by apple should also have a regulator as well
1 Answer(How fast can I charge iPad Pro 12,9 2020? And does it only use what I needs when charger is to much watt?
- Answered by ilyas J from TACOMA
- on 20 May 2020
Like this chargers USB c port on 60watt!)
Can I use it to charge my AirPods Pro?
- Asked by Giovanni A from Newcastle upon Tyne
- on 9 Mar. 2020
Yes. This adapter has 3 variable voltages. 5v (which is what the AirPods pro use as well as iPhone), Yes. This adapter has 3 variable voltages. 5v (which is what the AirPods pro use as well as iPhone), 9v (iPad) and 20v (MacBook). It will automatically select the correct voltage and take as much current as it requires.
- Answered by Oscar L from Enfield
- on 12 Mar. 2020
Is it safe to use 61w charger for MacBook Air?
- Asked by Henry D from Duluth
- on 12 Jan. 2020
- Answered by Stephanie B
- on 14 Jan. 2020