I get "service battery" message, but Apple found nothing wrong?
My computer is telling me I need to service my battery, so I ordered a new one from Anker via Amazon. (Just FYI if you do this, they don't send the spudger, so I had to email and ask for that separately).
I opened up my case, and just looking at the battery I could see nothing wrong. Aside from the usual amount of dust in there, I couldn't discern anything out of the ordinary.
My question is this: do any other parts fail that would cause a "service battery" notification? The Apple "genius" told me the diagnostics brought nothing up, and that I still have about half the cycles left on this battery. Hoping I didn't waste $50 on the replacement.
Is this a good question?