How many different MacBook chargers are there?

How many different MacBook chargers are there?

MacBook Power Adapters exist in seven different wattages – 29W USB-C, 30W USB-C, 45W, 60W, 61W, 67W, 85W, 87W, 96W, and 140W. There are a few straightforward rules to determine which wattage your computer requires.

Does the new MacBook have a different charger?

As well as being included with the new 16-inch MacBook Pro, the brick is available separately for $99 (not including the USB-C-to-MagSafe cable, which costs an extra $49). Meanwhile, the new 14-inch MacBook Pros come with 67W and 96W chargers, depending on the exact model.

Are MacBook Pro and MacBook Air chargers the same?

Indeed, Apple chargers are universal. as such the higher powered chargers wont damage a Mac that normally uses a lower wattage adapter. According to Apple: “You can use a higher wattage power adapter, but you cannot use one with less wattage without potential operating issues.”

Is Apple MagSafe 1 and 2 interchangeable?

MagSafe 1 and MagSafe 2 are not interchangeable, but Apple sells this MagSafe to MagSafe 2 converter, enabling you to use the older MagSafe with the newer devices.

Are MacBook Pro chargers interchangeable?

By default, the MacBook Pro uses an 85W power adapter, while the MacBook uses a 60W power adapter. Both adapters use the same MagSafe connection point that will fit either model. So are the two adapters interchangeable? Yes, with a caveat.

Can you use any MacBook charger?

The way Apple power adapters are designed is that you can use any charger on any laptop that has the same, or lower, power rating. For example, you can safely use an 85W power adapter (for MacBook Pro) on a MacBook Air (which requires only 45W) or MacBook (which requires 65W).

Which Charger version do I need for my MacBook?

Okay, the first thing you need to know is which model your MacBook is. Click on the Apple logo on the menu bar, then on About This Mac, and it’ll be the first line under your OS version, something like MacBook Air (13-inch, Early 2015). Then you need to head down to the lists below to see which charger version you need.

What is the difference between MacBook Pro 2012 and 2016 Chargers?

So a MacBook Pro 2012 charger is quite different from a 2016 model, for example. The latest MacBook Pros have been switched to USB-C cables, so if you have a 13-inch version of 2016 and later you’d use a 61W USB-C Power Adapter and if you have a 15-inch version of 2016 and later you’d use an 87W USB-C Power Adapter.

What type of charger does an Apple MacBook Air use?

The newest MacBooks Air models (13-inch, 2018 and later) use a 30W USB-C Power Adapter. The proper Apple MacBook Air charger for models that don’t have Touch ID, as old as mid 2012, is a 45W MagSafe 2 Power Adapter. Specific models are: Older MacBook Airs use a 45W MagSafe Charger with an L-shaped connector.

How many Watts Does a MacBook Pro Charger use?

Essential Differences In MacBook Chargers Looking at all the variations of MacBook Air and MacBook Pro power adapters, you’ll notice that the first thing they specify is wattage, which can go anywhere from 29W to 87W. Naturally, the higher it is the more power your Mac receives.