MacBook Air 11" (Late 2010) Replacement Battery

  • MacBook Air 11" (Late 2010) Replacement Battery / Fix Kit
  • MacBook Air 11" (Late 2010) Replacement Battery / Part Only / New
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MacBook Air 11" (Late 2010) Replacement Battery

$74.99

$74.99

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Product Details

Description

Description

This MacBook Air 11" (Late 2010) Replacement Battery is everything you need to bring your laptop back back to life. Our aftermarket replacement batteries lead the industry in quality and reliability—each is tested and guaranteed to have a capacity greater than 4550 mAh.

Kit Contents

Kit Contents

Note

Lithium ion battery shipping regulations limit the shipping methods for orders containing batteries. Domestic orders may only be shipped via Standard shipping. iFixit is not able to ship batteries internationally or outside the contiguous US at this time. iFixit Customer Support will contact you if your order needs to be modified after it is placed.

Disclaimer

A small percentage of users have experienced issues with aftermarket (non-Apple) batteries failing to be recognized properly in devices running Mac OS X El Capitan (10.11.x) or Sierra (10.12.x). If your system does not operate properly with our replacement battery, it can be returned for a full refund.

Warning

Lithium-ion batteries pose a fire hazard if they begin to swell due to age or defect. Learn more about how to safely handle a battery that may be swollen.

Compatibility

Repair Stories

Nathan Phillips's Story Photo #1325148

My Problem

Our teenage daughter's MacBook Air would only work when plugged in. Battery wouldn't charge, and laptop wouldn't run on battery.

My Fix

The repair was fast and fun. After reading the iFixit guide, I prepared by purchasing the replacement battery and tools. Once everything arrived, my 9-year-old son and I wo . . .

My Problem

2011 MacBook Air had been sitting in a closet for a couple of years, and when she pulled it out it no longer could hold enough charge to even retain the system's clock time.

My Fix

I ordered the replacement battery from iFixit and put it in the day it arrived. I then charged it to 100% and ran the charge o . . .

My Problem

Battery stopped holding a charge.

My Fix

Pretty easy - battery and tools seemed to be of good quality. The Mac now will hold a charge.

My Advice

Be very careful not to strip the screw heads... and be ready to clean out a lot of dust from the fan and other areas inside the case.