I recently read an article in Macworld written by Jeff Carlson talking about "Laptop Battery Smarts." In this article he says that "if the battery provides less than 50 percent of its original capacity and you're still covered by the laptop's one-year warranty (or Apple Care's three-year warranty), Apple will replace the battery at no cost." Before I read this article I had already talked to Apple about replacing my battery because I only get twenty minutes to half an hour before I have to plug it in. They said that because I've had my TiBook for more than two years that it's probably just worn out and they weren't going to replace it. But according to the article above, they should replace it no matter what, as long as I have Apple Care. Can anyone tell me which is true? Was this a false statement from the Macworld article or can I really get a replacement battery? Please respond ASAP because my Apple Care runs out soon!!!