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[* black] At 54.5 Wh, this battery technically storesdoles out ~27% less power between charges than 75% the juice of [guide|39841|last[guide|38300|last year's edition|stepid=89847|new_window=true]—althoughedition|stepid=86940|new_window=true]—although with just three cells instead of six, it might be a tad easier to remove.
[* black] At 54.5 Wh, this battery technically storesdoles out ~27% less power between charges than 75% the juice of [guide|39841|last[guide|38300|last year's edition|stepid=89847|new_window=true]—althoughedition|stepid=86940|new_window=true]—although with just three cells instead of six, it might be a tad easier to remove.
[* black] That said, this Pro actually packs more oomph than its Touch Bar-equipped sibling, whose battery clocks in at 49.2 Wh.
[* blackicon_note] Plus, Apple claims this battery's good for 10 hours of wireless web browsing, equivalent to both last year's 13" MacBook Pro and the 41.4 Wh [guide|62149|Retina MacBook 2016|stepid=130634|new_window=true].
[* black] Meanwhile, upUp top, we find this battery control board—which,board which — unlike the impeccably manicured components surrounding it,it — is coated in thick epoxy and seems a bit of a mess by Apple standards.
[* black] We wouldn't be surprised to see this board hidden under some tape, iPhone-style, with some redesigned cable management, in the next version of the Pro
à la Apple's [http://ifixit.org/blog/8448/apple-audio-adapter-teardown/|Lightning-to-headphone|new_window=true] dongle.
[* blackicon_note] Plus, Apple claims this battery's good for 10 hours of wireless web browsing, equivalent to both last year's 13" MacBook Pro and the 41.4 Wh [guide|62149|Retina MacBook 2016|stepid=130634|new_window=true].
[* black] Meanwhile, upUp top, we find this battery control board—which,board which — unlike the impeccably manicured components surrounding it,it — is coated in thick epoxy and seems a bit of a mess by Apple standards.
[* black] We wouldn't be surprised to see this board hidden under some tape, iPhone-style, with some redesigned cable management, in the next version of the Pro
à la Apple's [http://ifixit.org/blog/8448/apple-audio-adapter-teardown/|Lightning-to-headphone|new_window=true] dongle.