First M1 battery tests lasted so long, Apple thought indicator was buggy

Apple marketing vice president says that staff suspected a bug in macOS when the battery indicator battery life indicator the M1 Apple Silicon Mac.

Apple’s marketing vice president says that to the amusement of engineers, staffers didn’t believe the first battery life results from the M1 processor.”When we saw that first system and then you sat there and played with it for a few hours and the battery didn’t move, we thought ‘Oh man, that’s a bug, the battery indicator is broken,'” Bob Borchers, VP of worldwide product marketing for Apple,told Tom’s Guide.

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