Reviews and Problems with Apple 60W MagSafe 2 Power Adapter MacBook Pro / MD565
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B&H Photo Rocks!
A digital inclusion nonprofit, B&H Photo
12 June 2015
Excerpt: Apple neglected to include a power adapter when I purchased 7 Macbooks in May. I called B&H up - there's was no hassle or "prove that you didn't get it" questions - all they did was apologize and ask if I wanted it sent to the address that they had for me on file. B&H Photo rocks!
Excerpt: This replaces the (same model) adapter that came with my 1 1/2 year old 13" Retina MBP. The cord on that one is fraying (literally falling off the ground shield underneath - in large pieces). I'd like to think the new one has fixed this problem but I don't have high expectations.
Excerpt: Just wanted a spare magsafe2 connector for my Retina Macbook Pro so that i didn't have to unplug the one at my desk. I like the way that Apple does the plugs on their adapters where you can plug the brick into the wall or use a longer cord.
Macbook Pro charger? More like Macbook NO charger!
Brianna S, Apple Store
17 April 2014
Summary: Just bought this charger four months ago and it's already broken. Not to mention the fact that this was the third charger I have bought.If you're gonna make such a low quality charger then give a low quality price. C'mon apple, you're better than this.
Summary: The magnet is simply too weak. I believe all other comments point out the same problem. This is simply unacceptable - if anyone from the Apple engineering team is actually reading this comment, please consider redesigning the adapter and while you're at it, make it cheaper? Very thanks.
Summary: Time to stop dancing around the issue and just call this charger what it is--defective. I The magnet is so weak that during a normal 3 hour session using my MacBook Pro Retina it detaches several times, a problem I never experienced with the charger that attached flush to my previous MacBook.