Comments on: How do I improve the health of my battery in my MacBook, and this is a good health?

Comments on: How do I improve the health of my battery in my MacBook, and this is a good health?

Comments on: How do I improve the health of my battery in my MacBook, and this is a good health?http://newhealths.info/how-do-i-improve-the-health-of-my-battery-in-my-macbook-and-this-is-a-good-health.htm

not new but frequently updatedThu, 01 Jul 2010 22:23:20 +0000http://wordpress.org/?v=2.9.2hourly1By: Chrishttp://newhealths.info/how-do-i-improve-the-health-of-my-battery-in-my-macbook-and-this-is-a-good-health.htm/comment-page-1#comment-3995

ChrisWed, 02 Jun 2010 08:06:45 +0000http://newhealths.info/how-do-i-improve-the-health-of-my-battery-in-my-macbook-and-this-is-a-good-health.htm#comment-3995BSGHost1 is completely wrong: while what said is true, and this is not the case with the current Mac batteries. In fact, to save your battery and it last longer, you should always carry the device in the wall if you can: run only if the battery necessarily. I have the info from a close friend who works for Apple in the repair Division.97% and 230 cycles is right where you should be. The chances are you''ll run into an old hardware problem before you take the battery!BSGHost1 is completely wrong: while what said is true, and this is not the case with the current Mac batteries. In fact, to save your battery and it last longer, you should always carry the device in the wall if you can: run only if the battery necessarily. I have the info from a close friend who works for Apple in the repair Division.97% and 230 cycles is right where you should be. The chances are you’ll run into an old hardware problem before you take the battery!

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bsghost123Wed, 02 Jun 2010 07:42:18 +0000http://newhealths.info/how-do-i-improve-the-health-of-my-battery-in-my-macbook-and-this-is-a-good-health.htm#comment-3994Do not use a computer with the charger when it needs recharging. This is killing the battery in a short time. Batteries are designed to be unloaded and loaded. Many say, batteries have no memory which I doubt. Read about more than one page and you will find that most of the battery problems are leaving the charger plugged inDo not use a computer with the charger when it needs recharging. This is killing the battery in a short time. Batteries are designed to be unloaded and loaded. Many say, batteries have no memory which I doubt. Read about more than one page and you will find that most of the battery problems are leaving the charger plugged in