Users' questions

Can you buy a MacBook charger?

Can you buy a MacBook charger?

Apple – MagSafe 60W Power Adapter for MacBook® and 13″ MacBook® Pro – White.

Do all Mac laptops use the same charger?

If your Mac uses USB-C to charge, you can charge your Mac notebook with any USB-C power adapter or display. For the best charging experience, you should use the power adapter and cable included with your Mac notebook.

Does Apple replace MacBook chargers?

Yes. Apple will replace chargers for up to one year, but not ones that are fraying or show signs of wear – at least not for everyone, that is.

Can I use any USB-C cable to charge MacBook?

Yes any USB-C cord can charge it, but the power adapter you use must provide enough power to charge it unless you want to hook it up for 10 hours.

What is the new Mac charger called?

Along with all of the fanfare during yesterday’s MacBook Pro launch, one thing I wasn’t expecting was a 140W USB-C power adapter. But this could be the biggest step change in the electronics industry this year.

Can I charge my MacBook with my iPad charger?

To begin with, the cables are compatible, and the only difference you’ll see in the MacBook charge cable and the iPad cable is the length. Since the cables are compatible, you can simply plug your iPad charger into your MacBook and it will indeed charge.

Why are MacBook chargers so bulky?

The size of the charger always matches the size of the battery so since a MacBook battery is many times bigger than an iPhone battery, the MAcBook charger has store be many times bigger so that it supplies the greater power needed to charge the MacBook battery in a reasonable amount of time.

Can you charge a MacBook Pro with a phone charger?

Yes, If both your MacBook and phone charger have the same USB port, as in, a Type-C port, you will be able to charge your MacBook with a phone charger. However, depending on the wattage of your phone charger, it may charge your laptop at a slower rate.

Can you charge a MacBook with a power bank?

Yes, The answer is positive. The power bank capable to charge a laptop needs to supply not only the USB standard charging port but also (or only) a DC output port, or a build-in power inverter with an AC outlet.