You don’t really want your laptop computer to shut down without warning, whether you’re doing a job, tapping an email, playing a game, or anything else you might do. But that’s exactly what’s happening with a range of 13-inch MacBook Pro laptops at the entrance stage in 2019, and impacted owners are completely out of shape about it.
According to multiple messages posted on the problem forums, shutdown is most likely to occur when the laptop has a remaining battery life of between 25 percent and 50 percent. And when this happens, you need to attach it to a power adapter in order to get it to function again.
After that, follow Apple’s instructions below:
When you accidentally turn off your MacBook Pro(13-inch, 2019, Two Thunderbolt 3 ports) when it still has a charge, these measures can help:
- Link your Mac to your adapter for electricity.
- Quit all applications that are available.
- Close the lid of your monitor, putting your Mac in sleep mode.
- Let it load your Mac for at least eight hours.
- Upgrade to the new MacOS update after 8 hours.
After the affected MacBook Pro released in the summer, a particularly active forum thread on the laptop vulnerability started almost immediately.
In recent years, Apple has been struggling with its MacBook line, with everything from keyboard problems (and related lawsuits) to product recalls that dent the credibility of the laptop. This current failure will not help, although the company hopes that a brand new 16-inch MacBook Pro— the first MacBook without the troublesome keyboard mechanism since 2015.