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Taking iPad to the Middle East

Discussion in 'International iPad Users' started by crossstitchpam, Jan 12, 2012.

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    I am planning to take my iPad 2 to Israel and Jordan in May. I live in Canada which is different voltage. Will I need a converter in addition to an adapter?
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    I live in kuwait and have an Ipad2, the Ipad2 will run on 110 & 220 without any convertor, I use either it all depends on where I am at the time, you might need a plug adapter though. hope this helps.
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    You might need an adapter only to plug your charger into the socket (unfortunately don'tknow the socket type there) - the charger says "100-240V".
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    You only need an adapter anywhere on the planet, the lower the voltage the longer it will take to charge.

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