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MacBook Pro - Brand New MacBook Pro Charging Problem


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Hi guys, I just got my macbook pro a few days ago and a problem has already happened.

Basically when I wanted to charge my macbook pro, it said "Not Charging" next to the battery icon with a green light lasting for a few seconds then orange. But in fact it was charging. Also I have noticed that the battery cycle count is 4, does it mean it is old?

Your help and advice is well appreciated. Thank you very much.
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Brand new? If you're experiencing charging problems, contact Apple or take it to your local Apple store and let them look at it.

4 cycles on a brand new MacBook Pro battery is not unusual. Factory testing accounts for the extra cycles.

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