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calibration for mid 2012 MBP


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sorry it has been mentioned earlier and each time i wanna inquire about this subject i get contrasting opinions
got mid 2012 mbp, mountain lion os x, it is been 2 months
the first time i calibrated was in its first week of using
so 2 months passed and i am left to wonder, whether i should go for calibrating or not?
i know apple listed the models which dont require calibrating as they re pre-calibrated
but the other users insist i calibrate it
dont really know what to do
any suggestions?

p.s. i never crank up the battery charge more than 90%
and never let it go lower than 20%
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sorry it has been mentioned earlier and each time i wanna inquire about this subject i get contrasting opinions
Why not just follow Apple's guidelines on how to care for your battery instead of opinions? Read through this thread from the Apple Discussions Forum: LINK
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Why not just follow Apple's guidelines on how to care for your battery instead of opinions? Read through this thread from the Apple Discussions Forum: LINK
it was a mess, full of contradictions
i am more confused than ever
what do you do yourself to your macbook pro battery (of course, if you got one) ?
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