Apple World Travel Adapter Kit
The World Travel Adapter Kit includes a set of seven AC plugs with prongs that fit different electrical outlets around the world, each laser-etched with the regions they are compatible with. For world travelers, this is the perfect kit to ensure power connectivity in most countries you may travel to.
The kit is designed to work with iPod, iPhone, iPad, and Mac notebooks. It is compatible with Apple USB-C Power Adapters, MagSafe and MagSafe 2 Power Adapters, 10W and 12W USB Power Adapters, and Portable Power Adapters.
The AC plugs included in the World Travel Adapter Kit directly support outlets in North America, Japan, China, United Kingdom, Continental Europe, Korea, Australia, Hong Kong, and Brazil.
Answers from the community
Does it actually have 7 Different Plugs??
- Asked by Julian T from Scottsdale
- on Jul 6, 2017
It does have seven plugs. The Brazil, Norway and Europe plugs look very similar as do the USA and Ch It does have seven plugs. The Brazil, Norway and Europe plugs look very similar as do the USA and China plugs. I guess it didn't make sense for Apple to include all seven pictures on the box if some adapters look more or less the same.
- Answered by Craig S from Poughkeepsie
- on Aug 26, 2018
Can I buy one of these separately from Apple?
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- Asked by Mustafa M from Ajman
- on Apr 22, 2018
Will this work in West Africa?
- Asked by Alethea R from Reno
- on Oct 24, 2017
Yes! They use a 3pin plug (same as the UK) which is included in the travel adapter pack..
- Answered by Bayo A from Lint
- on Nov 26, 2017
Will my apple charger from the us work in Australia and is so do I still need a convertor?
- Asked by Karen W from Collierville
- on Oct 10, 2017
I’ve been to Sydney 6 times this year and used only the Australia/New Zealand adapter. The same for I’ve been to Sydney 6 times this year and used only the Australia/New Zealand adapter. The same for New Zealand. A breeze!
- Answered by M A B from San Francisco
- on Nov 19, 2017
Is it necessary to use a transformer or voltage converter to charge an I-Phone or I-Pad when travelling to the UK?
- Asked by Judy P from Pickering
- on Apr 3, 2016