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  1. #76
    How old is your Macbook and how many load cycles do you have?
    pigoo3's Avatar
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    May 20, 2008
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    2011 17" MBP 2.2ghz, 16gig ram, OS 10.11.6
    Rep Power
    43
    Quote Originally Posted by hkrebel View Post
    Yea was half asleep when I did my calculations. But it was 35 mos.
    Just teasing!

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  2. #77
    33 months, 450 cycles on 2nd battery (first died after about 350). having issues with the 2nd one as well now, like shutting off without the warning etc. even though i still have 2/3rds of the original capacity... guess its time for the third battery...

  3. #78
    MacBook(Black) 2.4GHz Early 2008. (Bought Refurbished)
    Capacity: 86%
    Age: 39 Months
    Loadcycles: 675
    Still the original battery. Saw a replacement battery at the Apple Store for $129. I think I'll hold out until this one up and dies. Machine is usually plugged in.

  4. #79
    My MBP is 17 months old and has 126 cycles.

    It says I still have 88% capacity

  5. #80
    How old is your Macbook and how many load cycles do you have?
    MacDude121's Avatar
    Member Since
    Sep 22, 2010
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    1,428
    Your Mac's Specs
    Black MacBook 2.2GHz C2D, 4GB Ram - iMac G4 700MHz, 512MB Ram
    Rep Power
    11
    Do iBooks count? If so:

    Capacity: 585 or 13% (out of 4400)
    Age: 72 Months
    Loadcycles: 389

    In desperate need of a new battery, it barely lasts 20 minutes now.

  6. #81
    Current capacity: 4575 mAh
    Design capacity: 5020 mAh
    91%

    Mac Model: 1,1
    Age of your Mac: 61 Months
    Battery loadcycles: 1481

  7. #82
    Macbook Pro 5,3
    Current Capacity:6305 (97%)
    Design Capacity:6500
    Battery Loadcycles:365
    Age:21 Months

  8. #83
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    MacBook Pro 6,2
    15 months old
    Design capacity: 6900 mAh
    Current capacity: 3495 mAh
    Cycles.... 424!

    Looks like I have a bum battery. But of course I can't replace it myself.

  9. #84
    could be worse I guess.
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  10. #85
    How old is your Macbook and how many load cycles do you have?
    empty_noise's Avatar
    Member Since
    Feb 10, 2008
    Location
    Toronto, Canada
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    123
    Your Mac's Specs
    MacBook (Mid-2007, 10.5.8) + MacBook Pro (Late-2008, 10.9) - See Signature
    Rep Power
    12
    My Mid-2007 MacBook, still with the original battery:


    My MBP is at home and I'm currently waiting for class to start.

    MB | Mid-2007 | 13-inch | 2.16GHz Core 2 Duo | 2GB DDR2 | 120GB HDD | GMA 950 | White
    MBP | Late-2008 | 15-inch | 2.4GHz Core 2 Duo | 4GB DDR3 | 250GB HDD | 9400M + 9600M GT w/ 256MB GDDR3 | Unibody

  11. #86
    How old is your Macbook and how many load cycles do you have?
    iggibar's Avatar
    Member Since
    Apr 20, 2009
    Location
    Cleveland
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    Your Mac's Specs
    yeahhhh...might need to look at my signature
    Rep Power
    15
    My battery has been getting neglected. I used to cycle it routinely, and it was healthy as a new battery, but this was due to me being in "sync" with the charging times of my macbook pro. From my last 2 semesters, everything is out of whack. I charge it at completely random times, sometimes leaving it on the charger for long times. Ever since this change started, my batteries health has dropped a lot.

    I'm now at 33 months, 955 cycles, and fluctuating between 77%-81% battery health...which is still the best battery I've ever had on any computer, or even electronic device for that matter. My battery held 4800mAh when new, now it's just at 3800.
    3.0GHz 10x Mac Pro 6.13.46GHz 6x Mac Pro 5.12.66GHz 4x Mac Pro 4.12.2GHz i7 15" MBP 15.12.3GHz i7 15" MBP 11.32.8GHz i7 13" MBP 11.12.66Ghz i7 15"MBP 6.22.4GHz 15" MBP 5.12.4GHz 13" MBP 7.1

  12. #87
    Quote Originally Posted by junipllc View Post
    MacBook Pro 6,2
    15 months old
    Design capacity: 6900 mAh
    Current capacity: 3495 mAh
    Cycles.... 424!

    Looks like I have a bum battery. But of course I can't replace it myself.
    Replying to myself, for some reason. So 6 days later and the battery capacity has dropped to 2675/6900 (38%). It was 51% on the 11th. Earlier this afternoon it was 44%. All of this in three (3) load cycles ... I'm now at 427 cycles.

    At this rate I'm sinking so fast that I don't think I'll be able to reach the Apple Store in time....heh.

    Glad I got AppleCare.

  13. #88
    How old is your Macbook and how many load cycles do you have?
    rabbitjetta's Avatar
    Member Since
    Nov 08, 2010
    Location
    Indiana
    Posts
    967
    Your Mac's Specs
    Main-11" Air, iPhone 6+, iPad Mini 3, Hi-Fi Extras- Too many to count
    Rep Power
    10
    My iBook has the original battery from 2004 with 110 cycles and it still lasts 2-3 hours. my 2010 macbook pro 13 inch has 206 cycles and still gets the estimated time. My iphone 4 battery is going bad after 9 months. I charge it 2 full times a day so that is probably why, i am on the thing all of the time.

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