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The new 13-inch MacBook Pro high-end support adapters of 87 Watts

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Published on May 07, 2020

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The new 13-inch MacBook Pro high-end support adapters of 87 Watts

The high-end models of the new MacBook Pro 13-inch presented this week, and are able to take advantage of some of the adapters with higher power output, as revealed in labeling standards for the new machines.

The 13-inch were shipped with a USB-C by 61 watts by 2016, the machines are generally classified, to absorb a maximum of 20.3 volts and 3 amps.

For the first time, the models of 13-inch MacBook Pro 2020 high-end Intel processors, of the tenth generation have a double rated power of 20.3 V / 3.0 A and 20.2 V / 4.3 A, which means that these models can be recharged with the charger from 87 Watts of Apple, which is provided with the models of 15-inch MacBook Pro. The configurations of lower-end processors of the eighth generation remain classified to 61 watts, and all models are supplied with a power adapter, 61 watts.

Although it is reasonable to think that the MacBook Pro models of high-end may be able to charge more quickly by using an adapter from 87 watts compared to the adapter 61 watts with which they are provided, in reality it is not so. The maximum charging rate configured on the machine remains the same, then we will not see any difference.

Where users may be able to see some advantage with a power adapter above is for those running the app demanding that generate workloads transient high. In these situations, an adapter from 87 watts it can supply additional power to the machine. However, the vast majority of users do not collide with the limits of the adapter 61 watts included, especially on a frequent basis, then those users will not see any advantage.

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