I know this is an odd question but I recently acquired a 2015 13" MBP with Applecare coverage until June this year. The battery has 440 cycles and is currently at 85% health. I know Apple guarantees 80% health through 1000 charge cycles and at the rate this battery's health is declining it will fall under 80% well before then. This likely won't happen naturally before the Applecare coverage expires unless something is done to... lets say, "accelerate" the battery wear. Is this possible? I know it isn't exactly ethical but this battery appears to be losing health more quickly than it should, at least based on the number of charge cycles, so I'd like to take advantage of a free replacement before the Applecare expires if I can. tl;dr: How do I burn through 5% battery health in less than 2 months?