After the authoritative US publication Consumer Reports, which is part of the American non-profit consumer union Consumers Union, refused to recommend the new MacBook Pro 2016 for purchase due to low and unstable indicators of autonomy, Apple management decided to sort out the situation and find out what could become the reason for the short time of laptops during tests at an independent company. Apple specialists were able to find out that the reason for the different times of computers was a bug that manifests itself in the developer mode of the browser Safari. Although most users do not use the specified mode, the manufacturer released a patch that eliminates the consequences of the error. In turn, Consumer Reports re-tested all three new laptops with updated software. All new items showed good autonomy results, and the operating time ranged from 15.75 to 18.75 hours, depending on the model. Thus, the work done by Apple on its own mistakes allowed the publication, finally, to include all three MacBook Pro 2016 in the list of recommended devices for purchase. At the same time, it is worth noting that the updated software is only available as part of the Beta Software Program. A full version available to all users will be released later. In addition, Apple promptly began to search for problems only after the failure of a well-known publication to recommend their devices for purchase, indicating too unstable battery operation. Earlier, the company stubbornly replied to statements by other independent experts and users that there were no problems with the new laptops. Apple also did not try to search for the cause of complaints in software.