2642 Views 3 Replies Latest reply: Mar 15, 2010 8:38 PM by Ryan Sheffield
It probably wouldn't hurt to get the machine looked at, even for peace of mind. There's no harm in making a Genius Bar appointment for a formal opinion. You're about 600 mAh lower than estimated full charge capacity of the 13" MacBook Pro battery. While not terrible, considering you're at 100 cycles it's not ideal either. My 13" MacBook Pro is at 94 cycles and is still within 200 mAh of the original FCC of the machine.
I'll agree with eww, though, that you're at less than 1000 cycles and still within the "greater than 80%" specification that Apple has in place.
I have the sane exact computer as you, except for the HD upgrade. At 6 months old and about 118 cycles i had almost the same mAh, i took it to Apple and they replaced it free of charge in about An hour. Just schedule a genius appointment. They will just connect your computer to An iPod that will run some diagnostic tests and then offer to replace the battery Good luck