Yebubbleman
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Yebubbleman

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    1. tigress666
      tigress666
      Yeah, they said it was within specs.

      I just think it's pitiful it's already at 93% (my old Macbook's battery claims a higher percentage, 97%, with coconut battery and it's 3 years old and I did (and do) everything they say you shouldn't with a battery as my laptops are usually plugged in as I mostly use them as desktops).

      But I've noticed on the forums a lot of people with the 2010 MBP tend to have it go down to about that much (some had it worse than me, one person posted 88%!) so it seems these newer batteries lose a good percentage of full capacity quick (mine has never been at 100% and I checked it since new). But it seems to be staying stable at the lower 90's for now.

      Really, I'm more worried about the fact it seemed to lose so much at first (and never was at 100%) cause more worried about what happens after the warranty runs out. Which I doubt I'll prove to Apple potential for it to lose faster in the long run through this.
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