Apple 12W USB Power Adapter
Use this compact and convenient USB-based power adapter to charge your iPhone, iPad or iPod with Lightning connector at home, on the road, or whenever it’s not connected to a computer. You can connect the adapter directly to your device via the Lightning connector.
Featuring a compact design, this power adapter offers fast, efficient charging.
Charging cable sold separately.
What’s in the Box
Apple 12W USB Power Adapter
- iPad Air (3rd generation)
- iPad mini (5th generation)
- 10.5-inch iPad Pro
- iPad (7th generation)
- iPad (6th generation)
- iPad (5th generation)
- 12.9-inch iPad Pro (2nd generation)
- 12.9-inch iPad Pro (1st generation)
- 9.7-inch iPad Pro
- iPad mini 4
- iPad mini 3
- iPad mini 2
- iPad mini (1st generation)
- iPad Air 2
- iPad Air (1st generation)
- iPod touch (7th generation)
- iPod touch (6th generation)
- iPod touch (5th generation)
- iPod nano (7th generation)
- iPod shuffle (4th generation)
Answers from the community
can i use 12W, 5.2amp charger for iphone 8
- Asked by Puneet S from Jalandhar
- on 8/09/2019
Yes it works just fine! Faster charge then the 5w in the box
- Answered by Tray D from Hartford
- on 23/09/2019
will 12w adapter work on the apple watch?
- Asked by John T V from Calabasas
- on 14/04/2015
I see that the 12 Watt adapter now list the Apple Watch as being compatible on the web site. So, ap I see that the 12 Watt adapter now list the Apple Watch as being compatible on the web site. So, apparently this has been tested enough that Apple feels confident in us using it. I just got my Apple Watch recently and I've been using the 12 watt adapter and it seems to charge a bit faster and thus far I've seen no issues. It certainly won't void your warranty as indicated by the previous post.
- Answered by David A. B from Pineville
- on 31/12/2015
I need the USB cord to fit 12w power adapter what is it by name? Thank you.
- Asked by Evelyn C from Woonona
- on 6/08/2019
As it’s a normal USB socket on this 12W AC adapter, one plug will need to be USB; and whichever of t As it’s a normal USB socket on this 12W AC adapter, one plug will need to be USB; and whichever of the three iPad Air models you have, they all use a Lightning socket, so you’ll need a USB to Lightning cable. Any length of these cables if made by Apple will do. However, if you have a newer 12W AC adapter with a USB-C socket, you’ll need a USB-C to Lightning cable. A USB-C plug is somewhere between the sizes of the normal USB plug and a Lightning connector, and has the same plug as Apple’s Thunderbolt 3 cable. If you find that confusing, you could do an image internet search to make sure which USB socket you have on the AC adaptor, or ask Apple why they’ve changed data and charging connectors and types for their products so much over the decades.
- Answered by Ken S from Te Anau
- on 19/08/2019