I have a MBP 4,1 I didn't buy applecare, and I bought the computer in March 2008. I got a battery replacement at some point. Now I don't have applecare, but my battery I got from apple is less than 1 yr old. It is at only 50 or so cycles with "service battery", 60% health, and it dies suddenly at some percentage. Will they replace it for free? Will they look at it for free? (when I click on the service battery thing in snow leopard, it pops up with a help article: Will they check it for free? And is there anything I can do to revive my battery? __ The battery used to run fine under Leopard, but it started degrading when I upgraded to Snow Leopard. Its only been about 2 months since I upgraded my laptop and battery health has dropped from 95% or so to 60%. Will applecare replace it for free?