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Consumer Reports stands by its verdict, won’t recommend Apple’s MacBook Pro

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Consumer Reports stands by its verdict, won’t recommend Apple’s MacBook Pro

Consumer Reports stands by its verdict, won't recommend Apple's MacBook Pro

– Apple may end up selling millions of its new MacBook Pro laptops, but it doesn’t seem it will be able to win Consumer Reports’ approval.SEE ALSO: Shots fired: Microsoft calls the new MacBook Pro a ‘disappointment’The nonprofit organization is standing by its initial verdict in which it did not give the MacBook Pro (2016) its “recommended” rating.The organization has now said it doesn’t think re-running the tests will change anything.
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Consumer Reports responds to MacBook Pro battery test controversy, stands by its findings

Consumer Reports responds to MacBook Pro battery test controversy, stands by its findings

– Consumer Reports has responded to our facebook/” target=”_blank”>comment piece on its surprising battery test results for the 2016 MacBook Pro, stating that it stands by its findings.I observed that the high-end numbers seemed hard to believe, hitting almost double the battery-life claimed by Apple, and I wondered whether some flaw in the test regimen had led to erroneous results.I emailed the organization suggesting that it might like to repeat the tests, but Consumer Reports’ director of electronics testing Maria Rerecich has replied saying that she sees no need to do so …In this case, we don’t believe re-running the tests are warranted for several reasons.
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Apple says Consumer Reports MacBook Pro battery testing used flawed methods

Apple says Consumer Reports MacBook Pro battery testing used flawed methods

– Last month, Consumer Reports came up with some interesting battery test results with the latest MacBook Pro models.Results ranged from 3.75 hours to 19.5 hours.Many in the Apple community thought that something was off, either a software bug or a benchmarking issue — it turns out it was both.
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Apple resolves the MacBook Pro battery life issues found in Consumer Reports testing

Apple resolves the MacBook Pro battery life issues found in Consumer Reports testing

– Apple and Consumer Reports have been working together to determine the issues that Consumer Reports had with the new MacBook Pro’s battery life during its review, and on Tuesday, both issued statements on their findings.It turns out that Consumer Reports uses a developer setting that typical users don’t use, and also that the same setting has a bug that affects performance.In its review of the MacBook Pro, Consumer Reports said its battery life test results varied wildly, from 4 hours to 19 hours.
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