New TiBook Battery

in Current Mac Hardware edited January 2014
can someone post the battery info on the back of the new PB battery?

I have a DVI 667 and have this info:

Model No. M8511

© 2001

thanks for the help

(Note to get this info while the PB is running plug in the AC adapter and remove the battery)


  • Reply 1 of 5
    1GHz TiBook:

    Model No.: A1012 (14.4v)

    ©2002 Apple Computer, Inc.
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    paulpaul Posts: 5,278member
    ah yes i forgot to mention that mine is 14.4 V also
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    [quote]Originally posted by tonton:

    <strong>Tanks, patchouli.

    Unfortunately, the Apple online store still lists this one:


    It looks like this is probably the lower capacity version used in the old 800's.</strong><hr></blockquote>

    Yes, it seems that they are still selling the older TiBook batteries when purchased separately. This one of the reasons why I didn't buy an extra one with the new PowerBook order (I checked the model numbers before hand and wasn't sure). Also, I figured I'd get a new battery once the current one starts to loose its charge (since they inevitably do anyway). The way I see it is, the TiBook battery lasts about 3 hours, so for me there is no need to swap out for an extra one while on the go. I do wish they charged a bit faster though.

    [ 12-02-2002: Message edited by: Patchouli ]</p>
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