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More View more categories Less View less categories. Brand see all. Output Voltage s see all. Type see all. Power Adapter. Power Cable. Power Cord. Compatible Product Line see all. Compatible Brand see all. Guaranteed Delivery see all. No Preference. Condition see all. Open box. Several reviews say the same thing. So when is Apple going to fix the problem? Or at least come up with a "Buy 3 Cords Get 1 Free" deal? Why won't Apple fix these awful power cords?

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I just bought my third cable. The last one I bought lasted 16 months. It broke in the same place as the first one. Apple knows of the problem and had a replacem I just bought my third cable.


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Apple knows of the problem and had a replacement program in The cords are exactly the same. What a racket!

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Feeling cheated. I am now on my fourth power adapter once per year on average. The high price is not justified given the frequency that one has to replace them. Terrible design, ridiculous price.

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Fortunately, I had one of these adapters from OWC. Beware if you have a MacBook Pro with Retina. If you were to use a 45W MagSafe power adapter on the MacBook Pro, then it can cause problems with the battery and main logic board which are hard and not cheap to fix. More Read full answer. Answer now Can Macbook 13" c. Short answer: No.

Just use a 'tourists plug adaptor' and it will work fine. I lived in the US ten years ago and plugge Just use a 'tourists plug adaptor' and it will work fine. I lived in the US ten years ago and plugged my UK purchased Toshiba laptop into the mains using an ordinary travel adaptor that you get in an airport etc and it worked fine. I bought a Macbook Pro when I was out there - which is what I am typing on now and it plugs into the mains in the UK without any problems.

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Shop by Product. Shop by Category. Power 45W 85W. Add to Bag. Would it be so hard to do? More Read full review. Is this review useful? Dear Apple. Works on the unibody, does not on my early The port on the new MacBooks are smaller and more shallow, this charger reflects this change and will not make contact with older ports found on non-unibody. Buyer beware, save yourself the hassle and find an 'I" MagSafe charger if you have a non-unibody. Well, the answer is clear.

Clearly a goldmine for Apple. In the past 3 years, I've h Well, the answer is clear. In the past 3 years, I've had one break near the magnetic end and one near the wall plug end. A third just mysteriously quit working, though it looks brand new. I am very careful with these cords, but it makes no difference.

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Also, they get dangerously hot. I know these complaints are not new. Several reviews say the same thing.


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So when is Apple going to fix the problem? Or at least come up with a "Buy 3 Cords Get 1 Free" deal? Why won't Apple fix these awful power cords?

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Fortunately, I had one of these adapters from OWC. Beware if you have a MacBook Pro with Retina. I have bought this new 85 W MagSafe 1 power adapter though my renewed MBP came with its own 60w adapter that I think was a good replacement brand. Though the r I have bought this new 85 W MagSafe 1 power adapter though my renewed MBP came with its own 60w adapter that I think was a good replacement brand.

Though the replacement adapter is working so far with no problems I still decided to buy the original from Apple for safety reasons. I mean, I have read a few blogs about the original adapter that has overheated and worse, in some cases "fried" the motherboard of these very expensive MacBooks. There is really no perfect electric gadget, in time you will run into issues and worst scenarios it may cost your MacBook or your properties your house fried too Would you take the risk?

I won't. I'd rather spend more to feel safer than having to think about my safety or property every time. And about the issue of fraying with the original connector cable to the Mac or from the power adapter, well it is a business strategy.