ok you didn't understand what i said.
that means that they did'nt test it enough, lol. if counsumers use that long and bring it to such extreme conditions, then the battery testers must be slackers.
too bad for those mac users, they will no longer use a mac.
i said if the battrys had to be used for a certain amount of time say 50,000,000 hours, how do you expect Apple to test the battrys for that long, yes they will test it for a long time, but come on, apple is seriously not to blame here.
The batteries get tested by clocking the power up to maximum. That way the battery wear level rises from 0-50 percent in about 5 hours.
Also if you take it that way, Dell can't be blamed for. And the companies with processer problems, overheating hard-drives, memory discharges, etc; they can't be blamed for either. (Which they currently are.)
So.. All manufacturers are to blame for any problems with the hardware/software, because they are the people who made the hardware compatible with the computer without testing it properly.
Come on you have to admit. I have a Mac too so I feel bad for Apple also.