Apple responds to damning MacBook Pro battery test


The dark cloud hovering over the MacBook Pro since its release grew larger earlier this week when Consumer Reports delivered a stinging report claiming that the laptop’s battery life was inconsistent. That report resulted in the nonprofit organization’s decision to, for the first time, not give the MacBook Pro its “recommended” ratting. 

Late Friday, Phil Schiller, Apple’s senior vice president of worldwide marketing, took to Twitter to alert the public to the fact that the company was in contact with Consumer Reports regarding the report. 

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Source: Mashable

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