When to change MacBook Air battery?

When to change MacBook Air battery?

When to change MacBook Air battery?

  1. MacBook Air battery life is not lasting as long as it used to, it may be time for a replacement.
  2. All batteries lose capacity, and if your MacBook battery is not holding a charge like it used to, it’s a sign that it’s starting to degrade.
  3. MacBook battery not charging or is taking a long time to charge,  try resetting the System Management Controller (SMC) to see if it resolves the issue.
  4. MacBook Air battery is swollen or bulging, it’s a sign that it’s starting to fail and should be replaced immediately. A swollen battery can damage other internal components and even cause the trackpad or keyboard to stop working.
  5. Check battery health status. Go to “System Preferences” > “Battery” > “Battery Health” to see the current health status. If it says “Replace Soon” or “Service Battery,” it’s a sign that the battery is nearing the end of its lifespan.

In general, if your MacBook Air battery is over three years old, it’s a good idea to start monitoring its health status and consider a replacement if necessary. 

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