Apple USB SuperDrive
Apple USB SuperDrive
The sleek, compact USB SuperDrive.
Everything you need in an optical drive.
Whether you’re at the office or on the road, you can play and burn both CDs and DVDs with the Apple USB SuperDrive. It’s perfect when you want to watch a DVD movie, install software, create backup discs, and more.
Take it anywhere.
Only slightly bigger than a CD case, the Apple USB SuperDrive slips easily into your travel bag when you hit the road and takes up little space on your desk or tray table when you’re working.
The essence of simplicity.
You’ll never have to worry about lost cables with the Apple USB SuperDrive. It connects to your MacBook Pro with Retina display*, MacBook Air, iMac, or Mac mini with a single USB Type-A cable that’s built into the SuperDrive. There’s no separate power adapter, and it works whether your Mac is plugged in or running on battery power.
What’s in the Box
Apple USB SuperDrive with attached USB Type-A Connector cable
- Height: 0.67 in./17mm
- Width: 5.47 in./139mm
- Depth: 5.47 in./139mm
- Weight: 0.74 lb/335g
Compatible with the following computers:
MacBook Pro with Retina display*
iMac (late 2012) and later
Mac mini (late 2009) and later
Mac Pro (late 2013)
* MacBook Pro models with Thunderbolt 3 (USB-C) ports require a USB-C to USB Adapter (sold separately) to use Apple USB SuperDrive.
Answers from the community
Does the 13 in MacBook Pro with retina display have a DVD drive
- Asked by Kiran G from Fresno
- on Aug 11, 2013
- Answered by Ryan F from COLLEGE STATION
- on Aug 15, 2013
Compatible with 13 inch macbook (not pro) early 2018?
- Asked by Jenny H from Atlanta
- on Jul 21, 2018
Looking for a 4 port USB hub that will work with the Apple USB SuperDrive.
- Asked by Iheoma O from West Hollywood
- on Mar 30, 2018
can apple superdrive be used to import CD to itunes on iMac 2017
- Asked by William D from Cambridge
- on Jun 5, 2018
- Answered by Elliott C from Warwick
- on Jun 20, 2018
is there a portable cd drive you can buy to plug in and use with ipad ? if not how do you load things that are not available online?
- Asked by Chandra R from Roseburg
- on Dec 4, 2012