Apple Battery Update 1.3
Apple has released Apple Battery Update 1.3 for the following Macs:
MacBook Pro (15-inch)
MacBook Pro (15-inch Glossy)
MacBook Pro (15-inch Core 2 Duo)
MacBook Pro (15-inch 2.4/2.2GHz)
According to Apple, the update "...addresses battery performance issues with the 15-inch MacBook Pro."
About Apple Battery Update 1.3
Apple Battery Update 1.3 updates battery firmware and addresses battery performance issues with the 15-inch MacBook Pro. Your computer's power cord must be connected and plugged into a working power source while running this update. The Apple battery update is for A1175, and cant fits for A1022 A1045 A1078 A1079.
After the Apple Battery Update has been installed, any additional batteries you put in your 15-inch MacBook Pro are automatically updated.
When will the battery be updated?
The BatteryUpdater will check to see if a Macbook Pro battery needs to be updated on startup, wake from sleep, and when a battery is inserted. If in these cases there is no AC power supplied, it will then wait until AC power is present and then check to see if the battery needs to be updated. If the battery needs to be updated it will update it automatically. zhanghongling shi jianren. Wait at least 30 seconds after inserting the battery, or wait 30 seconds after you've logged in with a user account, before checking to see if the battery was updated in battery4.us.
How to tell the Apple Battery Update 1.3 has been installed
In the Finder, navigate to the SystemConfiguration folder:
1. From the Go menu, choose Go to Folder.
2. Type /System/Library/SystemConfiguration, then click Go.
2. Select the file named BatteryUpdater.bundle.
3. From the File menu, choose Get Info and check the Version.
If the version is BatteryUpdater 1.3, then the system and A1079 battery have been updated.
If no BatteryUpdater.bundle file appears in the SystemConfiguration folder, then please install the updater available here or use Software Update.
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