- Should I Shut Down My Macbook Pro At Night
- How To Shut Down My Macbook Pro Touch
- Shutting Down Your Macbook Pro
- Why My Macbook Pro Shut Down Itself
- My Macbook Pro Won't Shut Down Or Restart
The time now is: Today 11:42
All times are GMT + 4 Hours
How to Turn Off Your Mac. There are a couple of ways to turn off your Mac depending on the state it’s in. If your Mac is working well and you want to shut it down, click on the Apple logo from the top menu bar and then select “Shut Down.” You’ll see a popup asking if you want to reopen all current windows the next time your Mac boots up. Are you experiencing Wi-Fi issues with your Mac, for example, won't connect to Wifi, connected but no Internet, slow speed?
Should I Shut Down My Macbook Pro At Night
After a number of MacBook Pro users complained about their computers randomly shutting down, Apple officially acknowledged the issue and offered an unusual way to fix it.
The problem is with the 2019 13-inch MacBook Pro computer with two Thunderbolt 3 ports (although I wouldn't bet it's limited to that model; more on that later), which 'randomly turns off even though the battery shows a remaining charge.'
How To Shut Down My Macbook Pro Touch
For more on the symptoms, check out this thread on MacRumors. I can describe it from personal experience, because it's happening to me, too: With my MacBook Pro's battery discharging, during normal use (so, nothing CPU-intensive like gaming or rendering a video) it just shuts down when it gets to about 20-30% battery.
Shutting Down Your Macbook Pro
The difference is that, in my case, it's a 2017 13-inch MacBook Pro with four Thunderbolt 3 ports, and it's a rare occurrence, whereas it seems to be happening quite often for some users of the newer machines. Obviously, my MacBook Pro could be suffering from a different issue altogether, but it is quite similar to what other users are describing.
Why My Macbook Pro Shut Down Itself
SEE ALSO: Holy crap, the maxed out 16-inch MacBook Pro costs $6,099
My Macbook Pro Won't Shut Down Or Restart
In any case, Apple's advice on how to fix it is as follows: Get your MacBook Pro's battery to less than 90 percent, connect it to the power adapter, quit all apps, close the lid (which should put the laptop in sleep mode), and let it charge for at least 8 hours. Then, update to the latest version of macOS.
If the problem persists, Apple says, contact Apple support.