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Charger for Macbook and MacBook Pro 13-inch MagSafe 60W with "L" type connector
For Apple A1278 - A1181 - model A1234 - A1344 - A1184
Output voltage: DC16.5V, 3.65A.
Input voltage: AC100-240V
How to know what charger my Mac laptop needs
MacBook Pro (13 inches, early or mid-2012)
MacBook Pro (13 inches, Early, Mid and Late 2011)
MacBook Pro (13 inches, Early, Mid and Late 2010)
MacBook (13 inches, Early, Mid and Late 2010) - ** recommended the 85w.
MacBook (13 inches, Early, Mid and Late 2009) - ** recommended the 85w
MacBook Pro (13 inches, Early, Mid and Late 2009)
MacBook Pro (15 inches, 2.53 GHz. Early, Mid and Late 2009) ** recommended the 85w.
MacBook (13 inches, aluminum, late 2008)
MacBook (13 inches, late 2008)
MacBook (13 inches, early 2008)
MacBook (13 inches, Early, Mid and Late 2007)
MacBook (13 inches, Early, Mid and Late 2006)
MacBook (13 inches - First version)
MacBook Air (13 inches, Early, Mid and Late 2011)
MacBook Air (11 inches, Early, Mid and Late 2011)
MacBook Air (13 inches, Early, Mid and Late 2010)
MacBook Air (11 inches, Early, Mid and Late 2010)
MacBook Air (13 inches, Early, Mid and Late 2009)
MacBook Air (13 inches, Early, Mid and Late 2008)
MacBook Air (CTO First Version)
A1181, A1184, A1185, A1278
For Apple Macbook and Macbook Pro 13.3-inch notebooks MB061CH / A MB062CH / A MB063CH / A MB118CH / A MB240CH / A MC207CH / A MA254CH / A MA255CH / A MC374CH / A MC375CH / A MB402CH / A MB403CH / A MB404CH / A MB466CH / A MB467CH / A MA472CH / A MC516CH / A MB699CH / A. MA700CH / A MA701CH / A MA892CH / A MA896CH / A AB811CH / A MB990CH / A MB991CH / A MC240LL / A MA254LL / A MA255LL / A MA472LL / A MB061LL / B MB062LL / B MB063LL / B MA699LL / A MA700LL / A MA701LL / A MB881LL / A MB990LL / A MB991LL / A MC724CH / A)
Frequently asked questions about the MagSafe 60w charger
Is the MagSafe adapter compatible with my MacBook?
To properly determine what is appropriate for your MacBook laptop, you need to consider two things:
the size (inches) of your MacBook (related to the power of the magsafe charger)
the year of manufacture of your MacBook (related to the type of connector)
As for the size, there are only two: 13 "and 15". Only the 13 "model uses a 60w charger, the 15" model needs a 85w charger. As for the type of connector you can choose between the charger with the MagSafe1 or MagSafe2 connector.
It is also important to know in what year your MacBook was manufactured. Since this is important to determine what type of MagSafe connector your computer uses. Since the end of 2012 the MacBook Pro is equipped with a connector called MagSafe 2. For you as a MacBook user, this means that when you request a new charger you should take into account that:
If your laptop was manufactured between 2006 and 2012, you may need a MagSafe-1 60w charger for your Macbook.
If your notebook was manufactured between Mid-2012 and the end of 2016, you may need a MagSafe 2 for your Macbook.
What is the difference between the MagSafe 1 and Magsafe 2 connector?
Both connectors are magnetic, the difference is that the MagSafe2 connector is more flat and elongated designed only for the latest models, the MagSafe1 is thicker and less rectangular designed only for older Apple laptops.
To get a better idea of the various MagSafe connectors, the distinction is shown here. If the adapter is more recent is rectangular aluminum like the one on the left, it is a connector for laptops manufactured after 2012 onwards. If the charger is older, it corresponds to the example on the right side of the image, for equipment manufactured from 2006 to mid-2012.
If you still have doubts about the correct connection?
Contact a web representative to help you identify the correct charger for your device.
How is the model and year of manufacture of my MacBook determined?
The year of manufacture of your laptop will affect the type of MagSafe connector you need. There are two ways to find out if you need a MagSafe1 or MagSafe 2 charger:
First of all, it is possible to write the model (Axxxx) of your MacBook in the search bar of the web and automatically you will find possible matches. The model of your Mac laptop is printed on the outside of your computer. In addition, your old charger has printed on the outside the voltage and amperage your equipment needs.
Secondly, if you still have charge on your battery, you can click on the Apple icon (apple), and then select "About this Mac". This way you will easily obtain the specifications of your equipment, including the size of the screen and the year of manufacture.