87W USB-C Power Adapter
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. USB-C Charge Cable sold separately.
What’s in the Box
Apple 87W USB-C Power Adapter
Answers from the community
Has anybody actually used this charger to charge an iPhone (no guesses, please).
- Asked by Allen H from Berkeley
- on 07 1, 17
I have charged my iPhone using this wall plug adapter and additionally bought a 2m cable from Apple I have charged my iPhone using this wall plug adapter and additionally bought a 2m cable from Apple with my iPhone 7+ charger on the end as the USB-C one doesn't fit, it charged my phone efficiently with no issues. It is a lot easier to just switch cords rather than wall adapters between charging my MacBook and iPhone. Hope this helps :)
- Answered by Christelle W from albany
- on 07 4, 17
Can I use the 61 watt and 86 watt power supplies interchangeably between 1) Macbook pro 13" 2016 2) Macbook pro 15" 2017 (newest model) both are USB-
1 Answer(Can I use the 61 watt and 86 watt power supplies interchangeably between 1) Macbook pro 13" 2016 2) Macbook pro 15" 2017 (newest model) both are USB-)
- Asked by Kira T from Worthing
- on 07 7, 17
Can I use this with my iPhone 6s with the lightning to USBC cable
- Asked by Ethan L from Bethel CT
- on 04 24, 17
- Answered by Kevin D
- on 04 25, 17
Will this charge the iPad Pro faster than the 29W adapter?
- Asked by Liam W from Derby
- on 10 28, 16
I read somewhere that it might actually charge the iPad Pro 12" slower than the 29W USB-C power adap I read somewhere that it might actually charge the iPad Pro 12" slower than the 29W USB-C power adaptor. The reason is the 87W USB-C charger outputs specific voltages and currents designed for the MacBook. To fast charge the iPad Pro 12" an output voltage is needed that isn't provided by this power adaptor, so it will pick the lowest common denominator (which I believe is a 12W output).
- Answered by Jeremy A from Teddington
- on 03 17, 17
Can I use the 87W brick with a 3A (3 amp) usb-c cable or does it have to be a 4A cable to charge the 15" Macbook Pro?
- Asked by Daniel D from Hillsboro
- on 02 4, 17