I don't know about all the battery technologies and materials used for all the different battery types, but with the current technology Apple employs in all their mobile devices, using it on and off the power adapter doesn't harm the battery unless you might do it excessively.Does it apply for ALL LAPTOP BATTERIES? since apple uses lithium polymer n other brands use cell batteries(forgot how their called). If it hasn't fully charged u can still use it? I mean hard core gaming
Apple on notebook batteriesGGJstudios said:
Apple uses lithium ion batteries too, and one of the advantages of lithium ion batteries is the missing memory effect.Ok so mbp has no prob doing it, what about lithium ion batteries? It's the one that most laptop brands use(Dell, acer, asus, hp......) I really need to know if if it is possible, the machine I'm talking about is Dell alienware m11x
Lithium-ion polymer batteries, polymer lithium ion, or more commonly lithium polymer batteries (abbreviated Li-poly, Li-Pol, LiPo, LIP, PLI or LiP) are rechargeable batteries (secondary cell batteries). Normally batteries are composed of several identical secondary cells in parallel addition to increase the discharge current capability.I thought apple uses lithium polymer?
well in terms of macs they underclock themselves when you dont have the battery in, the power supply doesnt supply enough ower for the computer at peak performance so to avoid shutting down they underclockI never bought into the whole "remove your battery when it's fully charged" thing.