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i know this may sound silly but the local mac tech guy at the apple store informed my family to take off the charging plug when the battery reaches 100% capacity and keep the charger off until it gets very low then plug it back in again until it goes to 100% and repeat this process to have a healthy battery. This makes no sense to me whatsoever, I think that always keeping the plug on is the best thing to do, right?

Read post #24 by 6string. That will more than answer your question

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Thanks, i didn't know about that
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The individual itself is responsible for taking care of its stuff, we can't always blame the manufacturers once we experienced some problems with our stuffs for sometimes we are doing some things that may harm our stuffs without us knowing.
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The individual itself is responsible for taking care of its stuff, we can't always blame the manufacturers once we experienced some problems with our stuffs for sometimes we are doing some things that may harm our stuffs without us knowing.
I agree with this.
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For the record, this is an awesome thread.
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