MacBook Air Batteries
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Replacement batteries for MacBook Air laptops
If your MacBook Air battery is becoming less reliable and not holding a charge as well as it used to, it’s probably time to replace it with a NewerTech battery. All NewerTech battery replacements are engineered to perfectly fit your MacBook Air as well as offer full compatibility with OEM sleep and power reduction modes. Additionally, you can upgrade the battery yourself. The battery upgrade process for nearly all MacBook Air models is relatively straightforward and should only take about fifteen minutes to complete.
MacBook Air 13" (M1, 2020)
MacBook Air 13" (Late 2018 - Early 2020)
MacBook Air 13" (2010 - 2017)
MacBook Air 11" (2011 - 2015)
MacBook Air 11" (2010)
MacBook Air (2008 - 2009)
How much does it cost to replace a MacBook Air battery?
Depending on your MacBook Air model, it will cost between $60 - $80 to upgrade your MacBook Air battery.
How to show battery health on a MacBook Air?
Your MacBook Air battery health is primarily based on the number of charge cycles it has completed since being purchased. Generally, the maximum battery cycle count for any MacBook Air released after 2010 is 1,000 cycles. Earlier 2008-2009 models are either 300 or 500 cycles.
To check how many cycles your MacBook Air battery has completed, click the top Apple menu and click “About this Mac.” After you see a window displaying your Mac information, click “System Report.” Under “Hardware” click “Power,” and by “Cycle Count” you will see the number of cycles your battery has experienced.