- Answered by Georgina L from Melbourne
- Mar. 26, 2019
- Flag as inappropriate Answer (Is it windows compatiable)
MacBook Pro 13-inch Mid 2012 Processor 2.5 GHz Intel Core i5 Memory 4GB 1600 MHz DDR3 Graphics In
Yes, but you will need a USB-C adapter.
Yes, the SuperDrive supports iMac (Late 2012) and later.
I have a MAC without dvd drive and need one. Is the external superdrive compatible?
The external drive connects to your mac via the USB ports at the back of your screen - I have an iMAC without a build in drive and the USB superdrive works well for me.
how can you check what region your superdrive is set to
I have a USB CD/DVD Drive for my iMac. Is there a connector available so I can connect it to my iPa
In the compatibility section, it only says Apple computers, so it's not supported for iPads.
Yes, it is a CD/DVD burner.
Yes, it will play DVDs. But read on...
That said, I notice you're from London. What you need to know is that this drive will allow you play any region DVD -initially-. After the fifth time you play DVDs from different regions, the drive assigns the last region permanently.
The UK is region 2. Let's say you play a UK disc, then switch to a US (region 1) disc. You'll be fine. But after five swaps, you'll end up with your drive set to the last region.
Yes. And YES.
According to numerous articles the new iPadOS supports file transfer and external drives such that d
No, this is not the drive to look for playing Blu-Ray. You can find other ones online.
This is not a storage device. You connect this to your computer and it allows you to play and burn CDs and DVDs. You can use it to burn a CD or DVD with your photos on. I personally would use an external hard drive to backup my photos, rather than CDs or DVDs.
I am about to purchase a macbook pro and am wondering about creating CD's and DVD's. I know that I