So my first MacBook Pro battery was deemed "bad" (it had 65% health after 40 cycles) during my first year of my MacBook Pro - so Apple gave me a new one for free. Now, within 10 months of the NEW battery, its health is 75% and it says "Service Battery" on Snow Leopard's battery monitor. But now I'm out of warranty. Would Apple replace the 2nd battery for free? Or could this mean there is something more wrong with my MacBook, like the mechanism for the battery is faulty? Thanks in advance.