I bought a Macbook Air in late 2013. It was my first macbook, and I was really satisfied about it. The battery life was great, everything was great. After the 1 year warranty was gone (for a premium product, I consider the warranty to be a bit too less), the problems started. The battery sits now at 81-82% health, right after the warranty is over. I can get only 4 hours of normal usage (web browsing with safari). I do not know what to do in this situation, is there any way in which I can calibrate my battery? It was my first and last time when I bought an Apple product. As a student, I tried to save money in order to get this laptop after the problems i have had with Dell laptops, but it seems that Apple products suffer from the same issues, and they have less warranty too. Battery life is extremely important for me, and i thought that i will buy a laptop which will function as advertised (for a number of 1000 cycles, the battery should not go below 80%. it did not go below 80%, but it sits at 82% and the performance is weak in my opinion) I am sorry Apple, it was nice to use your products, but me and my friends are not going to buy them anymore, unfortunately. I hope that I can find a solution in order to calibrate it, or do something. I do not really want to pay for a replacement battery, because instead of doing that I would sell this laptop and get one with windows on it. It is a pity that i could barely afford this, and that it did not met my expectations. MacBook Air (13-inch Mid 2012), OS X Yosemite (10.10.2), Manufactured in early 2013 Is there any e-mail apple support? My country does not have an official apple store.