From 1% battery on, this Mac claims to need six hours to fully charge. At some point the status bar breaks and shows 100% within 20 minutes of charging. As far as I am aware, Mac optimizes charging and stops when it is fully charged. It is impossible to completely charge within twenty minutes.
Behavior on No-Power-Supply
So when I leave the computer without charge for several minutes, it dies. During these minutes the battery percentage won't shrink. The physical battery has a cycles count of ca. ten +/- so it's definitely not a battery problem.
- MacBook Pro Intel based - Ventura 13.0.1 (22A400) - 13-inch, 2017, Four Thunderbolt 3 Ports From System Information: Health Information: Cycle Count: 11 Condition: Normal
I'm asking for advice/ help if it is possible to fix the battery without hardware reparations as this seems to be a software bug.