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Discussion in 'MacBook Pro' started by Meister, Aug 5, 2014.
And how long do you have it already?
Mine is 9 months old and only 83 cylces
I've had mine 9 months and on 37 cycles.
Saturday marks 1 year and I am at 24 cycles.
No idea how many I go through per month, but I currently have ~500 cycles on it. Current max capacity is about 37 wh.
how long did you have your mb for?
A couple months, but it was used when I got it. It had 489 cycles when I booted it up the first time, but I haven't had OS X on it since the day I bought it so I haven't been keeping track.
Literally just put a new battery in yesterday, so 1 cycle
267. 2010 Macbook Pro
703 and still going strong! Early 2011 15" MBP
10 Cycles on my 2012 13" MacBook Pro
4 cycles - 5 days
Late 2014 15" rMBP
Early 2008 MB New battery 4 cycles.
Late 2008 MB only about 100 then battery swelled (2008-2013), about 50 on the new one.
Early 2009 MB forget, but 351 since mid 2012 on 2nd battery
Mid 2009 MBP 13" umm, ballpark 300-400
Mid 2010 MBP 15" (2.4) 700 something on original battery. Works fine.
Mid 2010 MBP 15" (2.53) less than 150 on original battery. Desk bound mostly.
Late 2013 rMBP (bought last month) 11. The thing lasts so darn long on a charge.
I'd love to get a count off my phones though, my Droid Incredible went through over 1,000 cycles on the original 1300 mAh battery, still ticking too. Got it in 2010 and retired in Jul 2012. But still sees use as a camera, GPS, and web device.
And my iPod touch I've had since 2010 would probably be close to 1,000 by now. It was used almost daily till I sold it a bit ago.
*Mac's in bold were mine since new, all others are preowned.*
Retina Mid 2012 - 478 Charge cycles!
mid 2012 13" = 294 cycles
mid 2014 15' = 3 cycles
You all lose. 835 load cycles on a 702 days old rMBP. Yeah, thats over a cycle per day!
Mid 2010 c2duo macbook pro
Still holding strong, never had a problem
No idea, I've never had a reason to check
My 2011 Macbook Pro is right now at 98 cycles (CoconutBattery claims it's at 90% capacity), however that figure is somewhat misleading as I rarely end up using even half the charge between recharges.
Brought it down to less than 10% last week and the previous time I did that was over a year ago. Interestingly CoconutBattery at the same time dropped it's estimate of the battery's capacity from 94% (taken a week earlier) to 90%.
8 months and 84 cycles on my 13" late 2013 rMBP. coconutBattery is reporting 100,5% battery capacity.
If it shows 100% charged at the top menu bar why doesn't it show fully charged below? (10 month old 13")
Charge Remaining (mAh): 5837
Fully Charged: No
Full Charge Capacity (mAh): 6093
Cycle Count: 159
Battery Installed: Yes
My 2011 MBA has 480
15'' rMBP (2012)
According to CoconutBattery:
25 months - 138 cycles
Maximum charge: 7920mAh
Design capacity: 8460 mAh
Battery charge level readings are estimates, and not perfectly accurate.
Every time you charge doesn't represent a cycle, so if you drain it to 60% and recharge, you're only using 40% of a cycle. Read the WHAT IS A CYCLE section of the Battery FAQ to understand how cycles work.
The link below should answer most, if not all, of your battery/charging questions. If you haven't already done so, I highly recommend you take the time to read it. Apple Notebook Battery FAQ
2009 15" Macbook Pro - August 2009 497 cycles
241 cycles at 93% health after 13 months.