Hey guys! New Macbook Pro user here with a few questions on battery life! My 13" MBP is only about 6 weeks old (well, I bought it 6 weeks ago from a campus Apple reseller) and the battery health is already down to 75%. I attempted calibrating the battery yesterday using Apple's battery calibrating FAQ and the battery health did increase to 88%. With that said, it has been slowly decreasing and is now resting at 80%. The battery has been through 16 cycles, as of this moment. This seems like a faulty battery but I'm not sure Apple will do anything considering it's still operational. Would it be wise to call Apple or just wait for it to die and have them replace it? On that note, should I fork over the $220 for the Apple Care plan? Note: I'm monitoring battery health with iStat Pro, which seems to be fairly accurate tool, according to others on the internet. I have upgraded the HDD to a SSD (OWC Mercury Electra 6G) and swapped the 4GB of RAM with 8GB. Other than that, it's a normal 2011 13" MBP running Snow Leopard.