My awesome Macbook Pro had an issue with one of its keys and it was covered under a special warranty so I got it fixed up a couple of weeks ago. I went to check the battery cycles because I'm wanting to sell this next week or so and saw that it was only at one cycle. Someone said that whoever changed the keyboard reset the cycle count but that sounds a bit suspect; I would've thought that wouldn't be even possible and that there's some sort of hard-wired coding involved that can't be tampered with, thus the logical answer being that the battery was replaced as well. Is it possible to reset a battery count and even if it was, why would an Apple authorised repairer do so? If it's not, can I safely assume I am the lucky recipient of a new battery in addition to new keyboard?