Less than a month after not recommending the 2016 Apple MacBook, Consumer Reports has now changed its mind. This comes just a few days after Apple launched a software update, which fixed the problems the firm encountered during its initial testing of the new devices. To recall, Consumer Reports had initially not recommended Apple's new notebooks as it found inconsistencies in battery life during testing.
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