I bought a 2017 retina Macbook this past June, from the refurb store. It is the i7/16gb Ram/512 gb SSD model. I installed Coconut battery to monitor the state of my battery shortly after buying it. At 5 charging cycles, my battery capacity was rated at 97%. Now my macbook is up to 35 charging cycles, and Coconut Battery says the charge capacity is 94%. This to me seems low for so few charging cycles. I know Apple says batteries need replacement when they are below 80% capacity, and if my battery continues to degrade at this rate I will reach that threshold in less than a year. Is this normal? I allowed the battery to go to 0% charge twice in the first couple of days, followed by charging it to 100% charge so that the internal charge monitor could be calibrated. Since then, I have recharged the battery fully whenever the charge gets to about 65%. Am I doing something wrong or is it normal for battery capacity to already be at 94%?