Einleitung

Der Tausch des Akkus bei den Unibody MacBooks ist eine sehr einfache Aufgabe.

Werkzeuge

Kein Werkzeug erforderlich.

Lege die Oberseite des Gehäuses mit geschlossener Klappe auf eine glatte Oberfläche.
  • Lege die Oberseite des Gehäuses mit geschlossener Klappe auf eine glatte Oberfläche.

  • Drücke den Verschlusshebel auf der geriffelten Seite der Klappe in das Gehäuse des MacBooks, bis du den Verschlusshebel auf der anderen Seite greifen kannst.

  • Öffne den Verschlusshebel so weit, dass er senkrecht steht.

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Die Bodenklappe sollte nun ein kleines Stück offen stehen.
  • Die Bodenklappe sollte nun ein kleines Stück offen stehen.

  • Die Klappe kann nun nach oben aus dem Gehäuse des MacBooks genommen werden.

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  • Versichere dich, dass sich die Entriegelung der Klappe in senkrechter Position befindet, bevor du weitermachst.

  • Ziehe an der weißen Plastiklasche und damit den Akku gerade nach oben und aus dem Laptop.

Great tutorial ! great step !

Leo Etcheverry - Antwort

Abschluss

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The battery in my Unibody Macbook won't come out. I've tried everything. While it does move from side to side a little bit I am completely unable to remove it.

giancarlofranchi - Antwort

This is not an A1278 MacBook. I have one Infront of me and it uses a different battery and is attached entirely with screws not some access door.

William Maldonado - Antwort

This is not the unibody A1278 model, that battery is internal and the back cover has to come off.

Chris Etheridge - Antwort

This is exactly like my A1278 Macbook unibody and the replacement process was exactly like this. Took one minute. Thanks!!

Cathleen McBride - Antwort

My used A1278 MacBook has a LIKK mfr battery that says:

"Replace 13" New Aluminum Unibody MacBook Model A 1 2 8 0 Li-ion, 10.8V $@Wh rechargeable" printed on the battery.

The battery never held a charge, even though it says condition "normal" on both System Profiler and coconut Battery app and has but 141 cycles to date.

It comes off full charge showing say 2:38 hrs of battery life, which is bad enough, but is down to 1:35 in about 20 minutes, I've never let it go to see how long it will last, i just carry the charger around to use it plugged in

Is this battery compatible with my MacBook A1278 or do I have the wrong battery installed?

Howard - Antwort

I installed the battery and I didn't work instead I've had it overheat and charge to full and then die within minutes. I'm disappointed. Is there something I missed because I followed the instructions and bought the correct battery. I'd like to know because I have bought parts for my laptop before from this site and followed the instructions and the results were great.

fosuahdonkor - Antwort

I install the new battery and after 6 cycles the capacity decrease to 66% I don't understand why could you help me ?

Didier Cugy - Antwort

Hello Didier, please turn directly to eustore@ifixit.com, they'll be happy to help!

Sandra Hiller -

I replaced this with a 3rd party battery and the OS says “replace now” despite Coconut Battery showing a more-than-great capacity. Is this just an issue of the OS not recognizing a 3rd party part and seeing it as broken? Because Coconut Battery does say the battery status is “poor” despite it being brand new

Chris - Antwort

Try cycling the battery a few times this might fix the issue.

If this doesn't help either ask for a replacement/refund from the seller or just use it as is.

If you keep using it you should do some benchmarks (Geekbench etc.) Because the CPU might be throttled. Some MacBook do that when the battery is defective/not installed.

Carl Hauschke -

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