iphone charging in Europe

Discussion in 'iPhone' started by JonC, Oct 6, 2007.

  1. JonC macrumors newbie

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    I will be going to Europe soon and was wondering if I need to purchase a voltage converter or if the iphone is ok without it. Does anyone know? Thanks. Jon
     
  2. EricNau Moderator emeritus

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    You already have the USB wall charger? ...Then no, you'll just need a plug converter. The wall adapter can handle 110-240.
     
  3. JonC thread starter macrumors newbie

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    Thanks. I have the usb wall charger that came with the phone. I assume that's what you're referring to? Thanks. Jon
     
  4. slashjunior macrumors regular

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    I have a US iPhone in the UK. I just changed the US adaptor and then plugged the UK one in using the one from my MacBook or iPod. It works just fine. As the previous poster said, the white brick thing will support multiple voltages (110-240v), so all you need is the different sized plugs.
     
  5. toyswill macrumors newbie

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    cheap voltage converter or iphone battery charge

    hey, buddy, just in case, I think you should prepare one for sonmthing may happen, I didn't mean to curse you, just enjoying your nice journey! I recommend you a website that they sale converters and charge very cheap!
    http://sevenpanda.com/products_new.html?cate=21_148_159
    :apple:
     

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