I feel bad for asking this question in a “I hate myself for loving this MacBook” thread and so much good info might be lost because of the thread title… Can the admin fork this out as a separate thread?
Bah. Glorious thread titles are part of our heritage on qt3. Watch what you ask for, lest we end up with an automated filter that rejects “that’s interesting” in thread titles.
I picked up the USB-C to Lightning cable; plug it into the 61W MacBook Pro power brick and yes, it seemed to be charging the iPhone 6 Plus just fine. I hope it won’t blow up or something :P
This was timely:
Yeah, that’s a best-case scenario starting from 0% and only charging for 30 minutes. In real-world usage the difference between 12w and 29w is much less impressive.
Very happy with the battery life on the X. It’s just as good as the plus, even though it has a higher resolution screen. Apple didn’t wuss out and make it as thin as possible for once.
Just a silly question, but everybody seems to be talking about 5w and 12w chargers, while all my Apple chargers are 10w. Where are the missing 2w?!
It’s an exchange rate thing.
Older iPad chargers were 10w, newer ones are 12.