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Versão atual de: Harry G ,

Título:

MacBook Pro battery problem?

Texto:

I installed my ordered ifixit battery yesterday, but upon checking the health I came across the age of the battery which 10.2 years old with a manufacture date of 3 Jan 2011 using battery health 2 app which I don’t think reliable. I am following the instruction to calibrate, but while discharging from 100% to 0% the battery went from 40% to 7%. This has me worried. Ifixit have said to run the battery for 20 cycles to properly calibrate.
=== Update (03/03/2021) ===
its been a few weeks now. I was sent a replacement battery the old battery was at 67% health at the end with 55 cycles on it. I installed the replacement yesterday, I am sorry to the same thing is happening. The battery is calibrated. I am charging it to 100% then when discharging the power levels drop from over 50% to 7%. I think they need to change their supplier.
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+=== Update (03/03/2021) ===
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+the replacement battery is now has 5 cycles and the battery health is down 10%. I have followed the calibration instructions as before. I am using better battery 2 app to see the status of the battery and usage history details.

dispositivo:

MacBook Pro 15" Retina Display Mid 2014

Status:

open

Editado por: Harry G ,

Título:

MacBook Pro battery problem?

Texto:

I installed my ordered ifixit battery yesterday, but upon checking the health I came across the age of the battery which 10.2 years old with a manufacture date of 3 Jan 2011 using battery health 2 app which I don’t think reliable. I am following the instruction to calibrate, but while discharging from 100% to 0% the battery went from 40% to 7%. This has me worried. Ifixit have said to run the battery for 20 cycles to properly calibrate.
+
+=== Update (03/03/2021) ===
+
+its been a few weeks now. I was sent a replacement battery the old battery was at 67% health at the end with 55 cycles on it. I installed the replacement yesterday, I am sorry to the same thing is happening. The battery is calibrated. I am charging it to 100% then when discharging the power levels drop from over 50% to 7%. I think they need to change their supplier.

dispositivo:

MacBook Pro 15" Retina Display Mid 2014

Status:

open

Editado por: Harry G ,

Título:

-Given a 10.2 year old battery by ifixit?
+MacBook Pro battery problem?

Texto:

-I installed my ordered ifixit battery yesterday, but upon checking the health I came across the age of the battery which 10.2 years old with a manufacture date of 3 Jan 2011. I am following the instruction to calibrate, but while discharging from 100% to 0% the battery went from 40% to 7%. This has me worried. Ifixit have said to run the battery for 20 cycles to properly calibrate. I am wondering does the age of the battery affects its performance and if so should fixit be allowed to sell me this and be held accountable and offer me new replacement?
+I installed my ordered ifixit battery yesterday, but upon checking the health I came across the age of the battery which 10.2 years old with a manufacture date of 3 Jan 2011 using battery health 2 app which I don’t think reliable. I am following the instruction to calibrate, but while discharging from 100% to 0% the battery went from 40% to 7%. This has me worried. Ifixit have said to run the battery for 20 cycles to properly calibrate.

dispositivo:

MacBook Pro 15" Retina Display Mid 2014

Status:

open

Mensagem original de: Harry G ,

Título:

Given a 10.2 year old battery by ifixit?

Texto:

I installed my ordered ifixit battery yesterday, but upon checking the health I came across the age of the battery which 10.2 years old with a manufacture date of 3 Jan 2011. I am following the instruction to calibrate, but while discharging from 100% to 0% the battery went from 40% to 7%. This has me worried. Ifixit have said to run the battery for 20 cycles to properly calibrate. I am wondering does the age of the battery affects its performance and if so should fixit be allowed to sell me this and be held accountable and offer me new replacement?

dispositivo:

MacBook Pro 15" Retina Display Mid 2014

Status:

open