Apple World Travel Adapter Kit
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, and iPad, and is compatible with Apple MagSafe and MagSafe 2 Power Adapters (for MacBook, MacBook Pro, and MacBook Air), 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
Do I need a power converter to charge my iPhone while traveling in Europe to convert voltage from 220 to110volts or do I just use these plug adapters?
- Asked by Mary Ann L from Somers
- on Nov 30, 2015
You should be fine with just plug adapters. Just to be sure, check on the bottom of the charger. Min You should be fine with just plug adapters. Just to be sure, check on the bottom of the charger. Mine says the following: Input: 100-240v 50/60/hz That means that it can be used with any voltage from 100v to 240v, and frequency of 50hz or 60hz. Europe uses 230v 50hz so it should be ok. I am currently using my iPhone charger in Europe with a travel adapter and it works like a charm.
7 Answers(Do I need a power converter to charge my iPhone while traveling in Europe to convert voltage from 220 to110volts or do I just use these plug adapters?)
- Answered by Martin B from Montreal
- on Dec 11, 2015
do the two prong round peg adapters work in Africa, particularly Tanzania and Kenya?
- Asked by ELISIA S from Pittsburgh
- on Aug 6, 2017
What about the news that Apple has issued a recall last year for some two-prong wall plug adapters? Are these one of those?
- Asked by Victoria C
- on Jul 13, 2017
Would I be able to use this in Africa? Rwanda specifically?
- Asked by Sero K from Tustin
- on Jun 25, 2015
While this answers the question two years too late, it may be of help to a future traveler. Yes, thi While this answers the question two years too late, it may be of help to a future traveler. Yes, this does work in Rwanda. I used it there for both my MacBook Pro (15", 2016) and my iPhone.
- Answered by Daniel D from Woodbridge
- on Jul 1, 2017
going to Italy in May with new IPhone 6...pls advise what we will need in the way of both converters and adaptors for our charger
- Asked by John D from Social Circle
- on Mar 19, 2015
Take your regular charger and cable. Buy an adapter for European plugs (2 prong North American femal Take your regular charger and cable. Buy an adapter for European plugs (2 prong North American female to two prong European male) for about 4 bucks at your local electronics hut or suitcase store. The iPhone charger, as wilth other Apple chargers is dual voltage. You do not require a converter.
- Answered by Rob W from Calgary
- on May 10, 2017
Do any of these adapters work for someone traveling to Cuba?
- Asked by Cynthia V from San bernardino
- on Apr 14, 2016