MacBook Pro could be professional, but even sometimes, the pros are found wanting. This is true with the MacBook Pro battery problems…
Mac is working with Consumers Reports to make sense of why the surveys site’s battery test comes about for the new MacBook Pro don’t coordinate the lab tests and field information.
Shopper Reports distributed a shock report Thursday saying it couldn’t prescribe any new MacBook Pro model because of its sporadic, if not awful battery life.
“The MacBook Pro battery life results were very conflicting starting with one trial then onto the next,” Consumer Reports said.
This is the first run through a MacBook hasn’t got a “suggested” assignment from Consumer Reports.
Apple Senior Vice President Phil Schiller caught up with a tweet late Friday saying Apple is “working with CR to comprehend their battery tests. Results don’t coordinate our broad lab tests or field information.”