Apple is working with Consumer Reports to better understand their MacBook Pro battery tests, according to Phil Schiller. The company’s SVP of marketing sent out a tweet late Friday night, saying CR’s test results don’t match Apple’s data.
Schiller’s comments follow Consumer Reports’ scathing review of Apple’s new MacBook Pro, in which the product-testing magazine said, for the first time ever, that it could not recommend the laptop due to inconsistencies in battery life.... Read the rest of this post here
"Schiller: Apple working with Consumer Reports to understand MacBook Pro battery results" is an article by iDownloadBlog.com.
Make sure to follow us on Twitter, Facebook, and Google+.