I bought my MacBook 13 inch in japan, ive been using a simple adapter to plug it in in england. which charger can i use? old adapter=60W
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The same 60w adapter will work worldwide.
- Answered by Carl W from Saint Augustine
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As the MacBook power supply is a universal adapter (100 - 240 v AC, 50/60 Hz) you can use it anywhere in the world provided that you are able to connect to the local outlet configuration,
If your MacBook came with a 60W unit, you can use any power adapter that can supply 60 Watts or higher. This means that you can use a 60W or 85W unit with your MacBook. Remember that using a higher spec power adapter will not charge your 60 Watt MacBook any faster.
- Answered by Greg S from Penshurst
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I've got a MacBook Pro (13-inch, Mid 2009) I'm in need of the Aus charger fit/plug-in accessory. Is this it and compatible with my model and charger?
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