Your laptop or MacBook is an extension of your life. Your portable device contains critical documents, pictures, music, and other very important material that revolve around your life.
When the battery of your laptop or MacBook diminishes, so does your efficiency and production.
No matter how well you treat your laptop’s battery, it will eventually die. If you’re lucky, by the time you need to replace your battery, it would be time to change your laptop too. On the other hand, if your laptop still functions well and it does its job, then you’ll need to replace the battery.
Battery death can seem sudden, but it doesn’t have to. Windows will warn you when your battery reaches extremely low capacity levels, and Macbook models give you an indication of the lifecycle of your battery.
Laptop and MacBook batteries decline due to a number of factors. Many things such as heat, usage and age are all things that are bad for batteries. Batteries eventually die no matter what, even if one unplugs it from the device and never uses it at all. This would slowly lose capacity due to age.
Nowadays, nearly all sort of laptops and Macbooks use Lithium batteries. There are some visual aspects that would help you realise that there is an expanding or swelling battery for your laptop or MacBook Pro may start out as the trackpad malfunctioning or a noticeable bulge on your laptop’s case. Overcharging the lithium battery is the leading cause of swelling and expanding. Both laptop and MacBook battery malfunctions also attribute to manufacturing defects, battery life, or mistreatment such as using the incorrect power cord or not exercising the battery.
On this regard, if your battery is swelling or expanding, it’s time to replace the battery for your MacBook Pro immediately. At phoneREFIX we stock a wide range of laptop and MacBook batteries and our team of professionals will change this whilst you wait.