Apple’s MacBook Pro 15″ has a whopping 15 hours of battery life, according to Apple, but some users may have problems getting it to charge when the battery’s running low.
The latest MacBook Pro comes with a special charging adapter that can be used to plug into a laptop battery charger to charge the laptop.
Apple’s support page says the adapter can “charge your MacBook up to 35% faster than regular USB-C chargers,” but it’s a little unclear whether that’s really the case.
Apple says that when you plug your MacBook into the adapter, it will charge the MacBook to a maximum of 25 percent capacity, but that’s probably a bit misleading.
MacBooks are supposed to charge to a max of 25% of their rated capacity after a few hours, according a description of Apple’s charger.
We’ve asked Apple about the charger’s performance and its durability.
We haven’t yet received a response, but we’ll update this post if we do.
The charger works by “signaling” to the laptop battery to let the computer know it needs to charge.
This allows the computer to keep charging when it’s not in use, according Apple.
You can also turn the charging adapter on and off via a software update.
Apple said the charger is “compatible with any USB-A, USB-E, Thunderbolt 2 or Thunderbolt 3 device” and is “for MacBook Pro models with a single USB-3 port or Thunderbolt 2 port.”
The adapter can be purchased from Apple for $49.99, which we don’t know yet if it will be sold separately.
You may be able to get an Apple charger at a Mac store for about $20 to $25.
You’ll also need a charging cable, a computer to connect to the adapter and a MacBook.
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