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Apple Says: Charge your Apple lithium-ion battery whenever you want. There’s no need to let it discharge 100 per cent before recharging. Apple lithium-ion batteries work in charge cycles. You complete one charge cycle when you’ve used (discharged) an amount that equals 100 per cent of your battery’s capacity — but not necessarily all from one charge. For ...
Simple answer-- yes you can! there should be no any problems.
Will you even be able to fit the 15" MacBook Pro's battery into the 13" MacBook? Messing with power like this only result in broken things. I highly recommend to get a new battery from Apple if it's still available. Or perhaps from a reliable third party.
As Allendar's comment said, read the documentation and help. I suspect it will say something along the lines that you should connect the charger whenever power is available, and avoid a deep discharge. These days I suspect the software will protect you as well. By deep discharge I mean to keep running the computer from battery power beyond the limit ...
I had the same problem with my trusty iPod which I had plugged into my Audi's adapter. It worked perfect for years. I recently moved it to my new Audi (which no longer has a built in adapter). Up came a message "connect to power" with a picture of a battery. Plugged into USB outlet on my car with a cord I had not used in years and no luck, then plugged into ...
Nope. They're different sizes. Compare iFixit's guide to replacing a 15" early 2011 battery to their guide for a 2010 13": 15": 13": Both batteries are roughly proportional to their cases, and the 15" has a substantially bigger case than the 13". Additionally, they're shaped differently - see the little notch in the top left of the 15" battery, which ...
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