How is it really to the battery life of the new MacBook Pro? Various tests have provided extremely varying results. Take, for example, Consumer Reports, whose first test showed that strong fluctuations of the organization for the first time did not give Apple's new model a "recommended" stamp.
The test revealed a bug in Safari's cache management as Apple later fixed, and Consumer Reports did on his test with much better results.
Now, even the British Which, a consumer magazine that, like the Swedish Hints & Rose Test hundreds of consumer products every year, embarked on the Macbook Pro. It is part of a major test of 67 laptops from different manufacturers, and was the only computer in the test that landed on the higher battery life than the promised 12 hours of the 10 promised, the 13-inch model.
The worst in the test Lenovo Yoga 510, which only got two hours and seven minutes despite five hours promised battery life.
the strange thing is that when ordinary users respond to online surveys about the battery life of the new MacBook Pro usually results show that most people only get 5 -8 hours, and almost no one gets more than 10. Many factors, however, into the battery – it makes such a big difference if you are browsing through Safari or Chrome.