iPad Pro and MacBook’s charger

gio1218

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Good afternoon guys, I ask for a very quick help.
Given that I do not know anything about electricity, I seem to understand that the iPad Pro (I have the 2020 version) regardless of the power supply to which it is connected asks and receives the right amount of energy. With this it is therefore possible to charge it (without damage, of course) with its 18 or 20W, rather than with the power supply of MacBooks, for example the 30W one. And so are iPhones (at least from 12 onwards).
Am I right? Can I then potentially use the same 30W power supply to charge everything without damage?
And again: speaking of iPad Pro, can I consider the same using the 30W power charger connected to the USB-C of the Magic Keyboard?
Sorry for any mistakes in my English and thank you very much for the help you will give me!
 

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IF I’m understanding you correctly, the answer to your question is yes. With that being said, I highly recommend you charge your iPhone, iPad Pro and MacBook with the charging adapter they came with.
 

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Am I right? Can I then potentially use the same 30W power supply to charge everything without damage?
Yes, you can. You might put more wear on the battery if you always use fast charging, simply because of the higher currents going in.

https://support.apple.com/en-ca/HT209186

And again: speaking of iPad Pro, can I consider the same using the 30W power charger connected to the USB-C of the Magic Keyboard?
I don’t know. Apple does not say anything on that front.

https://support.apple.com/en-ca/HT211091

Also, like [mention]Just_Me_D [/mention] mentioned, it’s best to use the power adapter that came with the device.
 

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