Questions & Answers for Belkin USB-A to USB-C Cable (USB 3.1)
6 Questions from the Community
Yes. However, the MacBook charges at up to 29W; while this cable supports up to 36W, most USB-A power supplies will only be 5W or 10W. Check the power capacity of your USB-A charger. While this will still work on, say, a 10W charger, your MacBook would then only charge at 1/3 of the possible speed, which might not even be enough to keep it running while you use it.
- Answered by Thomas N from Aurora
- Oct 29, 2016
- Flag as inappropriate Answer (Could this be used to charge the new MacBook from a portable powerbank (with a USB-A port)?)
Can this be used to transfer data from my thunderbolt MacBook Pro to an airport time capsule?
- Asked by Adrienne G from Jamaica Plain
- Apr 13, 2017
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Can this cable be used to charge the MacBook Pro with Touch Bar 15" from an iMac (it needs at least 87W to charge)
The new MacBook Pro with Touch Bar (late 2016) required 87W to be charged. I'm interesting to know if this cable will provide this enough Watts when connected to an iMac
Can this cable be used for the iPhone 6s Plus?
- Asked by Steve W from Austin
- Jul 11, 2016
- Flag as inappropriate (Can this cable be used for the iPhone 6s Plus?)
Can I use this to connect my thunderbolt2 MacBook to a USB-C monitor?
I have a 2014 MacBook Pro and I need to connect it to an ASUS MB169C+ portable monitor which is USBC.
- Asked by Ritu R from Mysore
- Jan 8, 2017
- Flag as inappropriate (Can I use this to connect my thunderbolt2 MacBook to a USB-C monitor?)
If I have a portable charger with only USB Type A and B ports, can I use this to charge the new MacBook which uses USB-C to charge?
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