- 3 years ago (Mj 3 years ago)
- Victor Sauvage
Last week, a well-known consumer association in the United States advised against buying the MacBook.
It was the first time in the history of Consumer Reports that a computer headed did not receive its validation and the main reason was a very irregular autonomy.
Apple disputes the poor autonomy of MacBook Pro
Apple has obviously taken this report very seriously, since Phil Schiller himself has commented on the issue on Twitter:
Working with CR to understand their battery tests. Results of this test https://t.co/IWtfsmBwpO
– Philip Schiller (@pschiller) December 24, 2016
According to Apple's vice president of marketing, the brand at the apple "works with Consumer Reports to understand their battery tests. The results do not match our extensive laboratory tests or field data."
Read the answers to the tweet of Mr. Schiller, many users complain about the autonomy of their MacBook and the account @AppleSupport had to help to answer all the criticisms:
As a reminder, here is the balance sheet of Consumer Reports on MacBook Pro:
"Autonomy is an important attribute for a laptop, and that's a big part of our final score." After analyzing all our results, we found that all three MacBook Pro failed to get the necessary ratings for our laptops. recommended products.
The battery life results of the MacBook Pro were highly inconsistent from one test to another. For example, in a series of three consecutive tests, the 13-inch model with the Touch Bar worked for 16 hours in the first test, 12.75 hours in the second and only 3.75 hours in the third. The 13-inch model without the Touch Bar worked for 19.5 hours in one test, but only 4.5 hours in the next. And the numbers for the 15-inch MacBook have ranged from 18.5 to 8 hours. "