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[* black] At last we carve out the (mightily adhered) 5-cell battery.
[* icon_note] Well, five-ish cells. With a nominal voltage of 11.41 V, the two outer pairs are wired in parallel and together have the same charge capacity ofas the center oneone, to yeildyield three ~3.8 V cells in series.
[* black] You'd better hope your "Pro" career is short,short; this battery replacement is a doozy.
[* red] The battery board hosts a TI BQ20Z451 (a possible variant of the [http://www.ti.com/product/BQ20Z45-R1|BQ20Z45-R1|new_window=true] lineline, seen in MacBook Pros forever)
[* black] Listing a 49.2 Wh capacitycapacity, this battery seems a little piddly compared to the [guide|72415|Function Key edition|stepid=144793|new_window=true]'s 54.5 Wh, especiallyWh—especially considering it's driving a lot more functionality (pun intended).
[* icon_note] Well, five-ish cells. With a nominal voltage of 11.41 V, the two outer pairs are wired in parallel and together have the same charge capacity ofas the center oneone, to yeildyield three ~3.8 V cells in series.
[* black] You'd better hope your "Pro" career is short,short; this battery replacement is a doozy.
[* red] The battery board hosts a TI BQ20Z451 (a possible variant of the [http://www.ti.com/product/BQ20Z45-R1|BQ20Z45-R1|new_window=true] lineline, seen in MacBook Pros forever)
[* black] Listing a 49.2 Wh capacitycapacity, this battery seems a little piddly compared to the [guide|72415|Function Key edition|stepid=144793|new_window=true]'s 54.5 Wh, especiallyWh—especially considering it's driving a lot more functionality (pun intended).
[* black] Dotting our i's, we slap these batteries on a scale: the Function Key-equipped MacBook Pro battery weighed in at 235 grams, while this battery weighs just 197 grams.
[* icon_note] The weight disparity probably helps account for a lighter Touch Bar edition, but the battery seems to rate more watt-hours than the decrease in weight would suggest.