87W USB-C Power Adapter
The 87W 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 15-inch MacBook Pro with Thunderbolt 3 (USB-C) ports for optimal charging performance.
Charging cable sold separately.
What’s in the Box
Apple 87W USB-C Power Adapter
Answers from the community
For outings, I need an alternate source for charging my laptop Mac Book Pro 17, can I know like how much input power needed in Amps? Volts? Watts?
- Asked by Ahmed S from Daly City
- on Apr 16, 2019
Can I charge my iPad Pro with a 87W Power Adapter? Will it damage my iPad Pro?
- Asked by Joyce H from Charleston
- on Sep 10, 2018
Hi Joyce! Yes, you can charge your iPad Pro with the 87W Power Adapter. Your iPad will only "ask" Hi Joyce! Yes, you can charge your iPad Pro with the 87W Power Adapter. Your iPad will only "ask" the adapter for so much current, and the adapter will not give more than that. Depending on if your iPad is equipped with fast charge, it may charge your iPad faster. Sam
- Answered by Sam F from Olathe
- on Oct 6, 2018
what chargers can i use with macbook pro 2017
- Asked by Dean B from Scunthorpe
- on Aug 27, 2017
Ideally, you should use the 87W charger with a proper 5A/100W cable, but lower-powered chargers will Ideally, you should use the 87W charger with a proper 5A/100W cable, but lower-powered chargers will also work. Keep in mind that running a CPU or GPU intensive task (like encoding a video) with an external monitor attached can easily draw 60W, so anything less than the 87W adapter will result in curtailed charging speed wile doing computationally intensive tasks. On the other hand, using lower-powered chargers can provide portability and flexibility advantages. Assuming that the 2017 is the same as the 2016, you can actually (slowly) charge your MacBook Pro 15" with any decent apple-coded 5V, 2.4A 12W charger (like an iPad charger) via a USB-A to USB-C cable. Such a charger could also provide most of the power needed for lightweight tasks, like checking email, without drawing much power from the internal battery. The MBP 15" also works with a 15W (5V @ 3A) USB Type-C chargers, and many higher-powered USB Type-C chargers with USB-PD support. I'm running mine off a 30W USB-PD capable external battery right now. I've also powered it with a 27W capable USB-PD compliant car charger and a (somewhat) pocketable 27W USB-PD wall-wart.
- Answered by Erik S from Seattle
- on Oct 27, 2017
Can I use a MBP 61 W / 87 W charger with an USB C to lightning connector to charge an iPhone SE without damaging the battery?
- Asked by Oliver H from Boulder
- on Jan 31, 2019
can this charge my air pods?
- Asked by Jonathan L from Santa Barbara
- on Dec 15, 2018
Yeah, I have a few of these for ease of charging, I can charge my phone, my iPad, my AirPods, my Mac Yeah, I have a few of these for ease of charging, I can charge my phone, my iPad, my AirPods, my Mac, even my Nintendo Switch.
- Answered by Joshua C from Adelaide
- on Dec 22, 2018
Can I use this adapter with a USB-C to lightning cable too fast charge the new iPhone X when it arrives
- Asked by Peter B from Chester
- on Sep 19, 2017
yes you can
- Answered by David P from Sutton in ashfield
- on Nov 16, 2018