Questions & Answers for Apple 60W MagSafe Power Adapter (for MacBook and 13-inch MacBook Pro)
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Yes. It does.
- Answered by Brian S from Los Angeles
- 01 20, 10
- Flag as inappropriate Answer (does the warranty that came with my 13inch macbook cover the powe adaptor if it stops working?)
Yes you can. As long as the voltage is the same. The higher wattage unit has more "muscle" than the lower wattage power adapter. The unit will only provide the watts the mac book is calling for...
- Answered by James G from Frankfort
- 02 16, 10
- Flag as inappropriate Answer (can i use a 85w adapter on a mac pro that came with a 60w?)
what power cord and adapter can i use for ibook model no, M6497
- Asked by Robin Z from Lancaster
- 02 6, 11
- Flag as inappropriate (what power cord and adapter can i use for ibook model no, M6497)
can i use iphone adapter for ipad?
- Asked by Yew Khuan T from Sungai Siput (u)
- 07 11, 10
- Flag as inappropriate (can i use iphone adapter for ipad?)
- Answered by Sahal P
- 08 2, 12
- Flag as inappropriate Answer (can i use iphone adapter for ipad?)
Yes, you are able to use your 60W MagSafe Power Adapter in the Philippines.
Even thought Japan has 100V outlets and the Philippines has 220V outlets, your 60W MagSafe Power Adapter automatically switches to the correct input voltage. As long as the input voltage is between 100V-240V AC.
So there is no need to worry because Apple has thought of this for us, just plug it in and you are good to go. :)
The only thing you may need to buy is the Apple World Travel Adapter Kit for the different outlet styles in the Philippines.
Hope this helps :]
- Answered by Matthew S from Prince George
- 05 24, 12
- Flag as inappropriate Answer (can i use Apple 60W MagSafe Power Adapter, im from japan and move to phillipines?)
can you recycle the power adapter?
Simply put, I have a 60W MagicSafe Power Adapter and the cable white casing has started to come off (literally can see the green power cable at places). Rather than throw it out, I want to know if you can recycle it so it doesn't harm the environment.
Is it possible?
If so, where can I recycle it? - do I have to take it into an Apple Store, or can I put it in my recycle bin at home?
If not, it'll go in the trash.
Thanks if you can help.
- Asked by Adam K
- 09 7, 15
- Flag as inappropriate (can you recycle the power adapter?)
Will my charger cause damage to my laptop if it is not a MagSafe?
- Asked by Susan R from Mazomanie
- 10 26, 15
- Flag as inappropriate (Will my charger cause damage to my laptop if it is not a MagSafe?)
No. It will not work with some older models. The newer metal grey MagSafe connector which has the cable in line with the body of the connector is slightly smaller than the older white plastic MagSafe connector where the cable sticks out at 90 degrees. Make sure you buy the same type as the original adaptor that came with your Mac. Use part number MA938B for the old-style adaptor.
- Answered by Nick S from City Of Westminster
- 07 19, 10
- Flag as inappropriate Answer (Will this Charger works with All previous models of Macbook Pro? Core Duo and Core 2 Duo.)
need charger for macbook 10.4.11 version about 4 years old. what one do i get?
- Asked by Robyn J from North Haven
- 09 30, 10
- Flag as inappropriate (need charger for macbook 10.4.11 version about 4 years old. what one do i get?)
The version number you have given is for the Operating System, which is software, not hardware. Chargers are dependent on hardware requirements.
However, assuming that you have a White MacBook 13-inch, the 60W Charger will work fine, as the MacBook was one of the first to adopt the MagSafe power connector.
- Answered by Pawel S
- 10 11, 10
- Flag as inappropriate Answer (need charger for macbook 10.4.11 version about 4 years old. what one do i get?)
This is the spare/replacement power cord/charger for the Macbook Pro 15" and 17".
- Answered by Michael P from Calgary
- 07 17, 13
- Flag as inappropriate Answer (what does this do?)