Apple's new MacBook Pro is not living up to its promise, according to Consumer Reports.
If the new MacBook Pro has received a very positive reception, both from consumers and critics, the new Apple laptop also arouses a real outcry from consumer associations.
Some media are also sounding the alarm. Usually very welcoming to Apple brand products, Consumer Reports does not recommend purchasing a MacBook. The magazine does not question the qualities of the computer in question but rather its autonomy, which tends to vary a lot according to models and charge cycles.
Consumer Reports points to significant autonomy cards. During its tests, Consumer Reports noted that the autonomy of the 13 ″ model could go from 3:45 to 4:00 depending on the charge cycles, and the 15 ″ model from 4:30 to 7:00. Cards that Apple has so far failed to explain. However, it could be that the problem is resolved naturally with the updates.
The fact remains that the situation is not very clear to the consumer and that explanations from Apple would not be refused. As we know, the problems of autonomy and battery have become commonplace, at Apple as with the competition.