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hey i was just wondering if its good to always leave it plugged in, even when fully charged, because it gets really hot. is this could for the computer or battery?
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How hot? Give us some idea of temperature. If your MBP is plugged in to the AC main and not doing any intensive computing, it shouldn't be getting hot.

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