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Thursday May 4, 2006 12:12 pm

MacBook Pro Battery Problems?


Posted by John Goulden Categories: Apple, PC / Laptop, Rumors


MacBook Pro BatteryAmid a handful of other oddities that seem to be causing havok among the ranks of MacBook Pro owners, comes a new issue relating to the battery.  As per Christopher Price, “Symptoms of battery failure include battery cutting off power to the system at very early stages, sporadic ampere hour reporting (coconutBattery), and the battery failing to respond when pressing the charging status button (after being charged and only slightly drained).”  AppleCare has allegedly indicated that there is a known issue with early MacBook Pro batteries and are cross-shipping replacements to customers with afflicted laptops.

The problem is said to potentially effect only MacBook Pros shipped during the first two weeks or so of production, with serial numbers up through W8608.  Keep in mind that Apple is quite mum on the subject, and there is no word on how widespread the problem may be.  While other sites are happy to imply that a “silent recall” is in the works, the reality of the situation is, if you don’t currently have a problem there is no problem and Apple will disavow any knowledge of the aforementioned issue.


Read More | Christopher Price via ZDNet


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