What kind of charger does a MacBook Pro A1278 use?

What year is MacBook Pro model number A1278?

What kind of charger does a MacBook Pro A1278 use?

Apple 60W MagSafe Power Adapter
Apple 60W MagSafe Power Adapter (for Previous Generation 13.3-inch MacBook and 13-inch MacBook Pro)

What year is MacBook Pro model number A1278?

Identifying your MacBook

Product Name Model Number Year Released
MacBook Pro 15 Retina A1398 2012-2015
MacBook Pro 13 Retina A1502, A1425 2012-2015
MacBook Pro 12 Retina A1534 2015-2018
MacBook Pro 15 Unibody A1278, A1286 2008-2012

What charger does a MacBook Pro 2012 use?

The 60W MagSafe power adapter with “L” style connector is compatible with: MacBook Pro (13in, Mid 2012)

Can I use a 30W charger for MacBook Pro?

In short, even though Apple’s new 30W USB-C power adapter is compatible with any USB-C enabled devices, it cannot achieve the optimal fast charging performance when charging devices that don’t support PD fast charging protocol. Also, not all Apple devices can use it for fast charging.

How do I factory reset my MacBook A1278?

How to factory reset MacBook and Mac desktops

  1. Make a fresh backup of your Mac.
  2. Open System Preferences.
  3. Click System Preferences in the menu bar > Erase All Contents and Settings.
  4. Follow the prompts to fully erase your Mac.
  5. Like iOS, the new erase process in macOS Monterey handles everything to fully wipe your Mac.

What kind of charger does a 2012 MacBook Pro 13-inch use?

The older 60W MagSafe adapter with L-style connector works on: MacBook Pro (13-inch, Mid 2012)

How can I charge my MacBook Pro 2012 without a charger?

Just get a converter cable that can convert USB 3.0 to USB Type-C to charge the MacBook directly from your PC. Simply plug the USB end of the cable to your PC, and the USB-C end of the cable to your Mac, and voilĂ ! Charge will start to flow from your PC to your MacBook Pro or MacBook Air.

Can you charge an old MacBook with USB?

Use a USB-C charge cable You can use any of the Thunderbolt 4 (USB-C) ports to charge your Mac with a USB-C charge cable. Your Mac charges over only one port at a time, so connecting multiple power adapters to the MagSafe 3 port and Thunderbolt 4 (USB-C) ports won’t result in faster charging.