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Macbook Air 2012 Baterry Life


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Hello,

I have a Macbook Air 2012, I7 1.8 GHZ. The baterry life is pretty consistent, 3-5 hours with Wifi, and brightness at 9 (Nearley full max). My question is how can I calibrate the baterry in order to ensure that I get the best baterry life possible, and that my baterry does not get worse with time, even though I know the baterry life decreases with time, i want to ensure that my baterry lasts. How can I ensure that this happens, is this possible?

Thank you for your help in advance.

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