These are the best replacement chargers for MacBook Air: Apple, Baseus, Anker, and more
The MacBook Air has been Apple’s most popular, and currently the most affordable, notebook featuring a slim, lightweight design. Apple launched the first MacBook Air back in 2009 and introduced an 11 inch variant the following year. While the smaller version hasn’t seen a refresh since 2015, the 13 inch model received a design change in 2018. Like the MacBook Pro series refresh, Apple introduced its sharper Retina display and moved to a Thunderbolt-only design. While Apple introduced a MacBook Air only last year with its custom-made M1 chipset, there are rumors the next update is expected to bring color options to the range, just like the new 2021 24-inch iMac.
Whether you bought one years ago or got your hands on the latest 2020 model with the M1 Silicon chipset, we’re not going to judge you for losing or breaking your charger. In fact, we’ve got your back! Here are some of the best replacement chargers for your MacBook Air.
We would advise you to go for the official chargers because they’re generally less likely to fail. However, there are some reliable third-party options to choose from, which also cost fairly lower Apple’s asking price. The 65W GaN charger from Baseus is quite interesting as it can charge a wide range of devices yet maintaining a fairly compact design.
If you’re planning to invest in a brand new Mac, take a look at our recommendation of the best ones you should buy this year. We also have a list of some of the best Apple products for students that should help you, especially during back-to-school season. Not an Apple person and only trust Windows? Here’s a list of the best laptops to buy in 2021.