2 Replies Latest reply: Oct 6, 2012 11:20 AM by Shootist007
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Hi all,


Here is the info from the Apple>About This Mac>More Info > System Report > Hardware > Power tab on an early 2011 13" MBP with UNDER 25 cycles :


Model Information:

  Serial Number:          W020XXXXXXXXXXXXX

  Manufacturer:          SMP

  Device Name:          bq20XXXXXXX

  Pack Lot Code:          0

  PCB Lot Code:          0

  Firmware Version:          201

  Hardware Revision:          000a

  Cell Revision:          158

  Charge Information:

  Charge Remaining (mAh):          5621

  Fully Charged:          Yes

  Charging:          No

  Full Charge Capacity (mAh):          5680

  Health Information:

  Cycle Count:          24

  Condition:          Normal

  Battery Installed:          Yes

  Amperage (mA):          0

  Voltage (mV):          12515


Accordin to iStatPro, battery health is at 98% and battery charge at 99%. 


I also have BOTH Cocunut Battery and Battery Health installed. 


Battery Health says it is holding 98.4% (5680 mAh out of a possible total of 5770 mAh). 


I have NEVER, ever had the battery reach 100% capacity (5770 mAh).  I took this to AppleCare and they replaced my battery with this model and unit about 2 months (60-75 days) ago. 


Has anyone else had this occur? Is this typical? Appreciate an answer from those with knowledge and/or first-hand experience.  Would also like tips to know if it is possible to "regain" the lost capacity (from 98.4% to the full 100%) and if so, how?


Thanks again!

MacBook Pro (13-inch Early 2011), OS X Mountain Lion (10.8.2)