Apple’s new MacBook Pro got thumbs up from Consumer Reports. Previously the laptops used by the consumer product testing agency suffered from a software bug in the Safari browser that was causing battery irregularities in “Consumer Reports” test. But then Apple worked closely with Consumer Reports to identify the issue and then patched the bug. Now, it appears the organization is willing to reverse course.
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MACBOOK GET PICK FROM CONSUMER REPORTS AFTER APPLE SAYS IT SQUASHED A SAFARI BUG
With the updated software, the three MacBook Pros in our labs all performed well, with one model running 18.75 hours on a charge, Consumer Reports said. Now that we have factored in the new battery life measurements, the laptop’s overall scores have risen, and all three machines now fall well within the recommended range in Consumer Reports ratings.
Consumer Reports originally said the new MacBook Pro suffered from wildly inconsistent battery life in its test, with metrics ranging from four to as many as 20 hours on a single charge. This led to low overall scores and the first time the organization said it was unable to recommend a Mac laptop.
That declaration created a bit of controversy, with many diehard Apple fans and critics alike eager to denounce the company’s new line of laptops as both overly expensive and out-of-touch with the modern needs of professionals.
Now all the issues are sorted out and consumer reports give a thumb up to MacBook Pro. Although lots of peoples like the all new MacBook with the stylish design but It didn’t take long, though, for people to complain about everything from the pricing, the lowest option for a Touch Bar version is $1,799, to the removal of the MagSafe charging port. But for now new apple MacBook Pro get Thumbs up from consumer reports.