1. Philip Fisher's Avatar
    I am looking to buy the MagSafe battery pack. To charge the battery pack itself it requires a 20w USB-C power adapter.

    Could I use a 30w USB-C power adapter (A2164) or is that not recommended?

    Thanks
    01-25-2023 02:35 PM
  2. Ed7789's Avatar
    I am looking to buy the MagSafe battery pack. To charge the battery pack itself it requires a 20w USB-C power adapter.

    Could I use a 30w USB-C power adapter (A2164) or is that not recommended?

    Thanks
    According to Apple’s support article, that should work. Emphasis mine.

    fully charge it using a Lightning to USB cable with a 20W or higher power adapter.
    From: https://support.apple.com/en-ca/HT212174
    01-27-2023 08:00 PM
  3. Annie_M's Avatar
    01-27-2023 08:43 PM

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