30W USB-C Power Adapter
The Apple 30W USB‑C Power Adapter offers fast, efficient charging at home, in the office, or on the go. While the power adapter is compatible with any USB‑C–enabled device, Apple recommends pairing it with the 12-inch MacBook or the 13-inch MacBook Air with Retina display for optimal charging performance. You can also pair it with select iPhone and iPad Pro models to take advantage of the fast-charging feature. You can also pair it with iPhone 8 or later to take advantage of the fast-charging feature.
Charging cable sold separately.
What’s in the Box
Apple 30W USB‑C Power Adapter
- MacBook (Retina, 12-inch, Early 2015 - 2017)
- MacBook Air (Retina, 13-inch, 2018 and later)
Answers from the community
Can I charge my AirPods pro with 30w adapter
- Asked by Joseph W from Williams
- on Jan 20, 2020
- Answered by Stephanie B
- on Jan 22, 2020
will this charge MacBook air 13" 2015
- Asked by Ancle H from JURUPA VALLEY
- on Dec 18, 2019
I dont think so. It isnt written on compatibility list.it says that only the 2018 MacBook air is com I dont think so. It isnt written on compatibility list.it says that only the 2018 MacBook air is compatible.
- Answered by wail M
- on Feb 10, 2020
Does this product charge the iPad 7gen faster than the one that came with it? Do I need a different cable to use this charger?
- Asked by Steven P from Wakeman
- on Dec 16, 2019
Hello. The iPad 7th Generation comes with a 12 Watt Power Brick and the higher the wattage the faste Hello. The iPad 7th Generation comes with a 12 Watt Power Brick and the higher the wattage the faster. So yes this will charge faster. If the cable you received with the iPad had a USB-A Cable (blocky rectangle shape) then you will need to buy the USB-C to Lightning Port Cable. If it came with a USB-C Cable (smaller rectangle with rounded edges shape) then you are good to go.
- Answered by Jeffrey L from Erwin
- on Dec 22, 2019
Can the 30W-C Power Adapter be safely used to charge my AirPods 2? Thank you in advance!
- Asked by Milton T from WOODLAND HILLS
- on Aug 20, 2019
does the adapter itself support PD devices?
- Asked by Zongjian B from Atlanta
- on Sep 27, 2019