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Discussion in 'MacBook Pro' started by iTeen, Aug 27, 2007.
is this normal for the original battery capacity less then the current capacity...see below
Simple answer: yes and don't worry about it
I guess it's kinda like my friends Honda Civic. For some reason, sometimes it just seems to gain gas over time. Hey, your battery was prob made in Japan too. Maybe the Japanese just know how to break the laws of thermodynamics. Either that or it's just a normal "bug" that you shouldn't worry about. I'm voting for the former.
u dont take very good care of your battery do you!?!?! you could make it perform better if you took care of it. the little things all help
What are you talking about? His battery is actually gaining charge over time as he uses it!
Tell us your secret.
Not a problem.
Look at mine. I got my battery replaced at the beginning of May because the battery update screwed up my first one. Even on that one I was still at 6000mAh after 11 months. I will be using the battery every day now that fall classes have started again so I hope my battery stays the same. The red dot is showing what it is currently at.
I figure that Apple is simply shipping batteries with different capacities, ranging between the advertised 5500mAh and 6400mAh. There can be any number of reasons for this, like they are buying buying batteries from different producers simultaneously, or are in the process of clearing stocks of older batteries no longer in production.
You just got lucky and received a unit with higher capacity than advertised.
aawwww crud i only have 5500mAh!!!
so that means if u have a 6400mAh you could get like an extra 1/6th of battery life...pretty much another 30mins.
Are the Battery Load cycles excessively high for a 3 month old computer? Won't this shorten the longevity of the battery?