Can I plug my Ipad on a Philippine 220v outlet?

Discussion in 'iPad' started by Royben, Sep 2, 2019.

  1. Royben

    Royben New Member

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    Is it safe to charge my Ipad on a Philippine 220v outlet?

    I bought this Ipad pro11 from ph apple online store.
    To my surprise it came from Singapore.

    Do I need a 110v adapter/transformer?
     
  2. snipes

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    Read the fine print on the charger whether Singapore electricity will work in the Philippines
     
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  3. makinao

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    1) Singapore is the regional hub for Apple South East Asia, so all Apple products sent here via the apple ph online store come from there.

    2) Singapore AC current is 230V, 50Hz. AFAIK, all Apple power bricks are autovolt. But as Snipes said, read the fine print first.
     
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