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Apple exploring universal power adapter, data/charge cable for iPhone & Mac


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Apple exploring universal power adapter, data/charge cable for iPhone & Mac

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Apple has shown interest in creating an all-in-one data and power cable that could be used to charge and transfer files between unique devices like iPhones and Macs.


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I wish they made one so that no matter what country you travel too, it works. I'm not talking about an actual travel plug, but I live here in Ireland and when I move to the U.S. I want to bring my new iMac but not sure if possible due to voltage unless I buy a travel plug with a lot of fuses!

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I wish they made one so that no matter what country you travel too, it works. I'm not talking about an actual travel plug, but I live here in Ireland and when I move to the U.S. I want to bring my new iMac but not sure if possible due to voltage unless I buy a travel plug with a lot of fuses!
All modern macs come with a switchable power supply that auto detects the incomming voltage and wattage, so no need for any voltage converters, all you need is an adaptor plug or a US style plug adaptor that slips into the MacBooks power brick

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