I purchased the 13-inch, Mid 2012 Macbook Pro last year on July 4th and when I first got it I was satisfied with the battery. Since then my battery has become worse and worse. I have timed it many times and I get roughly 2 minutes for every % on WiFi. I've taken many screen shots to monitor this and I can get maybe 3 and a half hours or less from 100%. I'm really disappointed with this and I want to get it fixed. I've been on the phone to apple about 5 times regarding this and they've asked me to reset my battery settings and all sorts of things which I didn't really understand in the first place and which also didn't really help. I'm only using 3GB of my 8GB memory when I lose this amount of battery. I've tested it where I just left my computer open on the lowest brightness and connected to wifi and it still lost 1% every 2 minutes. It sucks. I was given the name of a authorized repair place and I'm planning on going there but i'm just wondering - as I've experienced with bad battery on my iphone before - is this just how apple products are? I hear a lot of people who have **** battery on there iPhones but not so much macbooks so i'm wondering who here gets there full 7 hours as described by apple? I'm using so little cpu yet losing so much battery?! Another thing is that I've been told my battery can do 1,000 cycles and still be at 80% of its factory capacity. I've done 140 cycles and my battery's at 91% - (according to coconut battery and batteryhealth). This means if I were to do my full 1,000 cycles i would be below 50% capacity? Could it be I have a bad battery and need it replaced. I bought extended apple care and I believe it covers this? HELP PLEASE!