After more than 4 years, it is now time to bid farewell to my Macbook battery. I think it is a durable one since everything would have still been alright if I did not upgrade the operating system to Snow Leopard. When I did, the battery went from durable to useless. Suddenly my Macbook runs out of power even if the status says something like 80%.
Apple did say that Snow Leopard’s new feature is that it detects the real lifespan of the laptop’s battery. But I wondered why when it was still at Leopard, everything was still okay. The moment I upgrade to Snow Leopard was the time that the battery problem showed up.
I did not want to revert back to the old operating system anyway because I wanted to use the latest version of the operating system anyway. Besides, that time my battery was more than 3 years old so I guess it met its lifespan. And this morning when I plugged my charger to my Macbook, it never turned itself on until after around 40 minutes.
Crap! I decided then to buy a new battery. It’s long overdue anyway.