There's no reason it wouldn't work fine. If you have the option to use a grounded outlet with the proper Apple power cord for your country, that'd be preferable, however.Because I bought the MBP from US and now I am in a different country that use the same power prog like shown in the first picture.
Those adapters aren't grounded either; there's no functional difference between that and a long non-grounded cord.Here is actually an official apple adaptor kit for this very purpose, it's listed for only $29 in USD.
My suggestion is to use this, as it will be probably better protect your computer and there is no chance it will void the warranty.
I'm not the OP.Ok, welp looks like you have your answer then. If you already confidently know the cord you have will work, then why bother asking on a forum?
Not trying to be rude but I already understand that there isn't a fundamental difference between the two cords, but was just advising that on such an expensive device, why not spend the extra bit to use the one that is specifically designed for your computer? It gives you zero liability in a repair case should your computer have issues, whereas a manufacturer will decline any warranty repairs if they find your aren't using the proper cord.
But that's just my two cents, apparently not what you were looking for though. Best of luck and hope the cord works out for you!
That small white removable piece has a breaker that pops and sacrifices itself if a power surge occurs so it doesn’t send the over voltage through killing expensive electronics. That’s why it’s replaceable and removable.
It's fine, You did help me though because I am interested about that adaptor kit (for other case) you posted before.Oh my bad, my apologies. Lol. I will update my response, for some reason I thought it was OP being smart back at me (there are a few of those on these forums).
This is new for me, Thanks for mentioning this.That small white removable piece has a breaker that pops and sacrifices itself if a power surge occurs so it doesn’t send the over voltage through killing expensive electronics. That’s why it’s replaceable and removable.
It will work just hope you don’t get a power spike.