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panatpongp

macrumors newbie
Original poster
Mar 22, 2019
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Since I have bought the new macbook pro from yesterday and found out at the coconutbattery health check. It is shown by mine is 96%. And 4 cycles I do not even use for once.

The Full charge capacity is pretty low at the average comparing to the new one.

How to check is

About this mac > System Report > Power >
Full Charged Capacity(maH): xxxx

Thank you guys in advanced so much for the attentions
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W1cH099

macrumors member
Jan 29, 2019
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Guatemala
I wouldn't pay much attention tho the battery health and info a new macbook or a new battery because those numbers fluctuate a lot so just use it and enjoy it
 
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bevsb2

Contributor
Nov 23, 2012
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Mine purchased at launch is at 59 cycles
full charge capacity 7067 mAh
design capacity 7336 mAh
 

coolsean20

macrumors regular
Apr 23, 2014
233
137
So the 2018 iPad Pro has a bigger battery than the MacBook Pro? 7336 mAh vs 9720 mAh. That’s crazy!
 

idark77

macrumors 6502a
Dec 2, 2014
502
387
I suggest to fully discharge and recharge up to 100% to verify if the “Full Fharge Capacity” goes up to ~7330mAh...

It could be due to high battery temperature.
 

0837990

Cancelled
Sep 13, 2017
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2018 i9 Vega20, 46 cycles, fluctuates around 7000-7300 completely randomly it seems like.
Most typically it stays somewhere between 7100-7200.
If I stress it (cpu/gpu) while on battery it tend to dip down to 6900 ... So it seems to be a voltage regulated measurement thats not very stable/reliable.
 
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Osprey828

macrumors newbie
Jun 6, 2021
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I have a 2018 MacBook Pro 48 cycles. 6441 mAh Why is it so low? I barely use my MacBook and even if I do its always plugged in.
 

lympero

macrumors 6502a
Sep 1, 2008
843
531
Arta, Greece
Almost 3 years and 600 cycles and battery has dropped below 5000. I’m sending it tomorrow for a battery replacement. There is a program for free repair if battery is swollen so I’m hoping for a defective battery.
 
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