Archive for January 5th, 2016

by Tom Nelson

New or old, all of the MacBook, MacBook Pro, and MacBook Air portables use a battery that has an internal processor designed to maximize battery performance. One of the functions of the battery’s internal processor is to estimate remaining battery life by analyzing the current state of the battery charge, as well as the rate at which power is being consumed.

In order to make accurate predictions about remaining battery charge, the battery and its processor need to undergo a calibration routine.

The calibration routine helps the processor gauge the battery’s current performance and make accurate predictions about the remaining battery charge.

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