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Apple says Consumer Reports MacBook Pro battery testing

Jan 10, 2017 · Last month, Consumer Reports came up with some interesting battery test results with the latest MacBook Pro models. Results ranged from 3.75 hours to 19.5 hours. Many in the Apple …

Apple says hidden Safari setting led to flawed Consumer

In a statement issued to AppleInsider, Apple said it worked with Consumer Reports over the holidays, and determined that its testing methods for the new MacBook Pro were flawed. The company had

Apple says Consumer Reports MacBook Pro battery testing

Last month, Consumer Reports came up with some interesting battery test results with the latest MacBook Pro models. Results ranged from 3.75 hours to 19.5 hours. Many in the Apple community thought that something was off, either a software bug or a benchmarking issue — it turns out it was both.

Fix to MacBook Pros Released – Consumer Reports’ Battery Tests

Apple has issued a software fix for the MacBook Pro to address a bug in the Safari browser that surfaced during battery testing in Consumer Reports’ labs.

Apple discovers Safari bug from Consumer Reports’ flawed

Today we learn that Consumer Reports used flawed testing, which lead to the inconsistent and poor battery life on the computer. It used a hidden Safari developer setting which isn’t normally used

Apple says hidden Safari setting led to flawed Consumer

Battery tests conducted by Consumer Reports showing inconsistent uptime with Apple’s new MacBook Pro were inaccurate, Apple said on Tuesday, explaining that the publication had enabled a hidden setting in its Safari browser.

Consumer Reports’ MacBook Pro battery life test was flawed

While testing the 13-inch MacBook Pro for example (the non-TouchBar model), Consumer Reports found that battery life fluctuated between 4.5 hours on the low-end and 19.5 hours on the high-end

Consumer Reports’ MacBook Pro battery life test was flawed

Jan 10, 2017 · While testing the 13-inch MacBook Pro for example (the non-TouchBar model), Consumer Reports found that battery life fluctuated between 4.5 hours on the low-end and 19.5 hours on the high-end

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Apple says Consumer Reports MacBook Pro battery testing used flawed methods Jan 10, 2017 Romain Dillet Last month, Consumer Reports came up with some interesting battery …

Consumer Reports Now Recommends MacBook Pros

Consumer Reports has retested the battery life on Apple MacBook Pro laptops, using beta software released by Apple to address a bug in Safari that was uncovered by our earlier testing. All three

Phil Schiller: Apple Working With Consumer Reports to

Yesterday Consumer Reports revealed that Apple’s 2016 MacBook Pro became the first MacBook to fail to achieve a recommendation due to inconsistent battery life.