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Discussion in 'iPad Help' started by rick c, Apr 28, 2013.
Do I need a converter and adapter to barge of just the adapter?
Input voltage of Apple chargers is 100 to 240 volts, so (assuming you bought your iPad overseas) you just need a converter. Assuming you have the two part charger, you should be able to get the bit that plugs into the wall from any Apple retailer, and replace that bit on your foreign one. Incidentally, welcome to the forum. Here's (I hope) some useful links.
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Thanks. No I bought ipad in Ga. I am going to Scotland to play golf and was curious what I needed to charge.
Just the British part of the charger then. Enjoy the golf.