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Pls help: battery issue on macbook pro 13 uni


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Can someone tell me is it normal or not with my battery. Should I take to Apple store?



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It seems a bit low to me after 114 cycles, however, why not try calibrating the battery to see if that improves it somewhat. See the following Apple KB article.

I'm not sure what Apple would tell you if you brought it on in and had them look at it. Batteries are consumable components and are not expected to last as long as the machine they're in. However, your machine is only 6 months old so you may have some leverage. Depends on who you speak to at the Apple store. Wouldn't hurt to try getting a new battery from them...

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Thank you chscag. I think I'm gonna visit Apple store to have a look at this.

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