Apple’s 14-inch MacBook Pro has two USB-C power adapters, and the basic configuration provides a 67W power jack. When users choose to configure M1 Pro (10-core central processing unit, 14-core graphics processor and 16-core neural network engine) or higher configuration, the included power adapter will be upgraded to 96W USB-C power adapter for free. The basic configuration of the M1 Pro is an 8-core central processing unit and a 14-core graphics processor. The upgrade requires an additional 1,500 yuan.
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It is confirmed on the Apple website that the 67W power jack cannot enable fast charging for the 14-inch MacBook Pro. If you want to turn on the fast charge, you need a 96W power adapter. If you don’t want to get it by upgrading the M1 Pro, you can also upgrade it as an additional option, and you only need to add 165 yuan.
Two power adapters are available for the 14-inch MacBook Pro. The 67W USB‑C power adapter is compact in design, allowing you to charge efficiently whether you are at home, in the office or on the road. The standard configuration of MacBook Pro equipped with M1 Pro chip (8-core CPU, 14-core graphics processor and 16-core neural network engine) comes with this power adapter.
You can also choose the 96W USB‑C power adapter, which supports fast charging, which can charge from 0% to 50% in about 30 minutes.
Users who purchase 16-inch MacBook Pro do not need to worry about fast charging, because the 140W USB-C power adapter is provided directly.
The 14-inch MacBook Pro can be quickly charged via Thunderbolt, but the 16-inch model is limited to MagSafe