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i have a 2009 mac book pro....

if i have the battery replaced to i get the upgraded battery that managed to squeeze 9 hours out of the 2010's or do i wind up with the same battery i have now?
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Have a look around the internet. I would imagine that there are 3rd party batteries that have higher MH ratings than the standard battery, but if you buy an Apple battery it will be the same.
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so how did apple get like 9 hours out of the 2010's?
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By upgrading the battery or making the 2010's less power hungry, or a combination of both.

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