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It should. I have a 2011 17" MacBook Pro and this charger works great. It gets pretty hot which is the only downside.
Aug 14, 2014 by Naaly
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This is like a Magsafe 1 for (slightly) older computers.
Aug 5, 2014 by BumpHead
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It's working on mine!
Aug 16, 2014 by Michael
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I have 2010 15" MacBook Pro and it works beautifully. The company shipped it very quickly which was an awesome perk.
Jul 13, 2014 by Eric B.
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Yes.
Aug 22, 2014 by Clarita M.
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It should work fine unless the 2013 models have the newer style Magsafe adapter which has a smaller/thinner magnetic connector. Just measure the connector with a ruler and compare it to the pictures provided on amazon. I think they are 1.2cm by .5 cm. If it's the newer smaller size, LeexGroup offers one in this size as well, just make sure it's 85W and 18.5V.
Aug 16, 2014 by Nemesis
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It should. I purchased mine to work with a late 2007 model (it came with a similar 60w charger). Because of the thin cord design on these, I've went through at least 3 (both Apple and Generic versions). Here's something to prepare for: When I use Apple charges, I can use my machine right away, as soon as I plug in, even if the battery is dead. With the generic charger, if my battery died, I have to wait a good 10+ minutes before using my machine. I'm not entirely sure why, but that's been my experience just to let you know. I should also note that I only use the generic charger as a backup.
Aug 4, 2014 by Mb-amazon
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My MacBook Pro was a 2011 model and it worked fine with that. It's a 13 in.
Aug 2, 2014 by Alec
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Sorry,as usual,it will take 7-15 days by USPS from China to USA."17-28 days" is Amazon's default time,we can't change.Sorry!
May 28, 2014 by SHAOMAN L.
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