Apple 60W MagSafe 2 Power Adapter (MacBook Pro with 13-inch Retina display)
The 60W MagSafe 2 Power Adapter features a magnetic DC connector so if someone should trip over it, the cord disconnects harmlessly and your MacBook Pro stays put safely. It also helps prevent fraying or weakening of the cables over time. In addition, the magnetic DC helps guide the plug into the system for a quick and secure connection.
When the connection is secure, an LED located at the head of the DC connector lights up; an amber light lets you know that your notebook is charging, while a green light tells you that you have a full charge. An AC cord is provided with the adapter for maximum cord length, while the AC wall adapter (also provided) gives you an even easier and more compact way to travel.
Designed to be the perfect traveling companion, the adapter has a clever design which allows the DC cable to be wound neatly around itself for easy cable storage.
Compatible with MacBook Pro with 13-inch Retina display.
Not sure if this is the right power adapter for your Mac?
See this article for more details about choosing the right one.
Knowing which specific Mac model you have is important. If you are running OS X Lion (10.7) or later go to the “” menu at the top left of your screen, choose “About this Mac” then click the “More Info...” button. Your Mac model and generation will be displayed.
If you are running an earlier version of OS X, you can enter your serial number here to find out which model you have.
What’s in the Box
Apple 60W MagSafe 2 Power Adapter
Answers from the community
Please Can I use a 60w MagSafe2 adapter on my 13.3 MacBook Air, which uses an 40w power adapter?
- Asked by muhammad M from erbil
- on Mar 13, 2015
Yes. Apple says it is perfectly safe, however your MacBook Air will not charge any faster using a 60 Yes. Apple says it is perfectly safe, however your MacBook Air will not charge any faster using a 60w charger than using the included 45w charger. But it is safe.
- Answered by Ronald C from Kenosha
- on Mar 14, 2015
can I charge my macbook through the USB?
- Asked by Ed O from Normandy Park
- on Nov 15, 2012
No. MacBooks and other laptops can't be charged by USB because USB ports can't handle the amount of No. MacBooks and other laptops can't be charged by USB because USB ports can't handle the amount of wattage it takes to charge a battery of that size. The iPhone, for example, only requires a minimum of 5W to charge, while MacBook chargers start at 60W.
- Answered by Douglas C from Bloomfield
- on Nov 26, 2012
what is the correct charger for the macbook pro 2009 15 in
- Asked by Daniel L from TLV
- on Jun 28, 2018
If i have the warranty on my macbook pro and I loose the AC wall adapter piece will they send me a new one because it is under warranty?
- Asked by tiffany G from Brodhead
- on Aug 1, 2016
No they will not send you a new one, you are responsible if the power adaptor gets lost. Warranty on No they will not send you a new one, you are responsible if the power adaptor gets lost. Warranty only covers if your MacBook or power adaptor is defective or something happens to it on its own within that warranty period. What your saying is like "My MacBook is under warranty, if i loose it will Apple send me a new one?"No.
- Answered by James B from Troy
- on Nov 7, 2016
Can I use 85 w magsafe power extension cord with my newer 60w power adapter?
- Asked by KERRIE S from North Weymouth
- on Jul 5, 2014
Yes, as far as I've checked and tested: using the old extension cord from a busted magsafe on the ne Yes, as far as I've checked and tested: using the old extension cord from a busted magsafe on the new retina pro magsafe in office and the new one at home, so I don't drag the extension cord with me everytime along with the magsafe adapter brick. It's just a basic electric cord that works with all Apple power adapter bricks, even the iPad ones. You can even check it has the same specs written on the cable. To be perfectly clear, we are talking about just the extension electrical cord from the outlet to the magsafe brick, and not the magsafe adapter itself.
- Answered by Bozidar J from Kranj
- on Jan 6, 2015