Apple, in a specification of the new MacBook Pro, claims that the laptop can last up to 10 hours a battery. However, after experimenting with the new version of 13-inch MacBook Pro, which was configured to touch bar, the user found that the battery lasted only 8 hours, and the user also lowered the display brightness to a darker level. In the trial, the user found that if the MacBook Pro display was tuned to a higher brightness, it would only be 6 hours long in this case.
Of course, the user who has this experience is not one. In fact, there are a lot of users who have had this experience. Jagburg Castris Kastrenakes, a verge contributor to the American technology blog, even said he had found that the computer was only 5 or 6 hours long after each charge, when he used the new MacBook Pro.
This, in addition to disappointing users, will be a major mishap for Apple as it cancels out a more intelligent MagSafe charger to support the new Thunderbolt 3 port in the MacBook Pro. In fact, the MagSafe charger is magnetically connected to the computer, so even if the computer is dropped, the battery will not be affected. In contrast, the Thunderbolt charger is only suitable for internal ports, but it will not be as easy to highlight as the MagSafe charger.
In fact, Apple has been planning to downplay MacBooks's battery specifications so that users can be pleasantly surprised to see that the device's performance is significantly higher than expected. For example, Apple has claimed that the maximum length of the MacBook Air battery lasts about 12 hours, but many users find that the battery's real endurance is as high as 14 hours.