Apple Releases Fix for MacBook Pro Battery Issues

MacBook Pro Battery Issue Finally Gets a Fix


Apple just released a software update that will fix the bug in Safari which has caused variations in the battery life of the MacBook Pro. The bug fix is now available on the company’s website, and it’s expected that users who may be having these issues download the bug fix and use as soon as possible.

Before and during the release of the MacBook Pro last year, the tech and consumer electronics maker had promised that users would be able to enjoy 10 hours of using its MacBook Pro with wireless web, but according to Consumer Reports, the battery was only able to live for as low 3.75 hours for the 13.5 inch MacBook Pro with the Touch Bar and around 4.5 hours for the 13.5 inch MacBook without the Touch Bar.

The company released a statement saying: “we learned that when testing battery life on Mac notebooks, Consumer Reports uses a hidden Safari setting for developing websites which turn off the browser cache.” This simply means that the magazine turned off the web cache which is being used to retrieve frequently used pages from local storage; so the computer is forced to connect to the internet to load the page each time the Consumer Reports team entered a website address.

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