is the battery charger compatible with the world travel adaptor for use internationally?

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    Yes. The AC wall prongs slip off just like on a Macbook power supply, enabling you to connect any of the plugs in the World Travel Adapter Kit. The charger will accept any voltage from 100-240V, making it suitable for worldwide use.

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  • Although this product may initially be unavailable in all regions, travelers can use the Apple World Travel Adapter Kit and take the charger abroad.

    Because the Apple Battery Charger comes with a standard Apple power adapter design, you can attach any World Travel Adapter AC plug adapter. 100V-240V AC connections work with the proper travel adapters.

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  • Yes it will

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  • This will work with the travel adaptor kit for use internationally.

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  • It appears the battery charger has the same removable AC plug that other Apple products do. That being the case, I would say the battery charger is compatible with the World Travel Adapter Kit. A bit of triva: If you ever need to replace a lost AC plug, when you go to the Apple Store, they refer to it as a "duck." I don't know why and neither did the Apple Genius who told me that.

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  • Yes it is. Just swap out the plug and you're good to go.

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  • Yes.

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  • They should work, as the picture looks like the charger has replaceable heads.

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  • All Apple products are autoranging and will work worldwide, as is virtually every piece of electronic equipment manufactured in the last 20+ years.

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