MacBook Pro News & Update: All 3 Models Failed To Meet Customer’s Standards, Another Tests Made Proving It False
Apple has been facing another controversy about their latest released technology, after all three MacBook Pro has failed to meet customer's standards. Apple has remained silent about the issue, but rather issued a statement to contact Apple Care for any questions about their Mac. Another test has been made which seemed debunked the issue.
Apple has promised a 10 hours battery life for their three new models of MacBook Pro after its single charge, but many customers also claimed that none has been entirely true. The Indy Channel reported that consumers has made several tests of the products which proved their statements true.
For the 13 inch model with touch bar has ran 16 hours on its first trial, 12.75 hours on its second and with only 3.75 hours on its third trial. Big differences has been seen as well on its 13 inch model without a touch bar which worked 19.5 hours on its first trial, but turned out to have 4.5 hours on its next. Lastly for the 15 inch laptop has numbered from 18.5 down to 8 hours.
— 9to5Mac (@9to5mac) December 23, 2016
However, these reports seemed biased as Apple has been well known to be efficient in every jobs they made. Tech First Post relayed that another tests for the three MacBook Pro's made from Google Chrome, a browser that has been known to be battery hungry has surprised a consumer. The test just proved that battery life has been consistently high.
.@Apple working with Consumer Reports on MacBook Pro battery issues, says @pschiller https://t.co/N5FgBx6BRA pic.twitter.com/N3G4vTNwLW — AppleInsider (@appleinsider) December 24, 2016
Apple's Executive Phil Schiller tweeted after those reports as results do not match their extensive lab tests or field data. The three models of MacBook Pro's has been released this holiday season.