How Do You Know Your MacBook Needs a New Battery?

Service MacBook - Tired of having to use a charger in every room because your laptop battery doesn't last long? Tired of your laptop not being able to leave your desk for more than 30 minutes? Or maybe you're sick of finding a seat close to the electrical outlet at your favorite coffee shop? No matter who you are or how well you treat your laptop battery, it will eventually die someday. This is normal. What's not normal is that most people don't know how or when to replace them.

The good news is that if you own a Mac computer (any computer except Retina), you can be sure that replacing the battery yourself is easier and faster than you might think. But repairing or replacing them would require more skill. Not all batteries are created equal: each one goes through a certain number of charge cycles before starting to experience a decline in performance.

Therefore, it is difficult to determine the exact time when the battery needs to be replaced. While there's no set rule for knowing when to replace a battery, there are certain signs that can give you advance notice.

Battery Status Notification

This is easy. When your MacBook tells you it needs a new battery, you should pay attention to it. Click on the battery level in the top menu bar to open the drop-down menu. At the top of the menu, you'll find the TL;DR version of your current battery status. If it says "Change Immediately," "Change Now," or "Repair Battery," it's time to find a replacement. Your MacBook is good enough to tell you, so be a good friend and replace your best friend's MacBook, a brand new, original battery.

With a little research, you can find more details about the health of your battery. The power section of your Mac's system information menu shows how many charge cycles your battery has. Compare that to the maximum number of cycles for the model you have, which is listed in Apple's manual page. If the number of charge cycles used is close to the maximum number of charge cycles for the model you have, you should start considering replacing the battery.

Low Battery Run Time

Do you remember the first time you unplugged your new MacBook? Who can forget the exhilarating freedom of using it for hours on end? And now you have a few minutes before your MacBook needs to be recharged? So it looks like it's time to get a new battery. It is you who should manage your battery the way you want. But if you are a casual person, here is a rule of thumb, you should replace your battery when you are down to a quarter of your original performance.

Suddenly Dead

It's not just the iPhone that shuts down unexpectedly, all of our battery powered devices can turn off unexpectedly when the battery exceeds the expected lifespan. If your MacBook turns off when you don't want it to, it's probably because the battery is dead. If this happens frequently and immediately after charging, this is a clear sign that it is time to replace the battery. A MacBook can also shut itself down if it overheats or encounters certain bugs. Be sure to test your laptop while it is plugged in to determine if this is purely a battery issue.

Too Hot / Over Heat

If you can't stand the heat your MacBook generates, get a new battery. Well, it's a little more complicated than that. A number of hardware and software issues can cause your MacBook to overheat. However, if your computer overheats quickly while performing minor tasks (especially in combination with the symptoms listed above), the battery is most likely the cause.

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