I believed most of the MacBook user do not know that MacBook battery life span is counted in the form of charge cycles.
Example: Every time you charge your Mac battery to 100%, it will count as a charge cycle. This cycle also can be split across days, such as 20% on Monday and 80% on Tuesday equals one cycle. Once a battery reaches its maximum charge cycle count,following symptoms will be happened:-
- Your battery isn’t charging
- Battery won’t charge to 100%
- Mac battery runtime is low
Question: How to check my MacBook battery charge cycles?
Answer: If your Mac OS is version 10.12 and above, Select “About this Mac” from the Apple Menu. Click System Report. After that, click Power in the Contents list
I have updated My MacBook Pro to Mac OS X Mavericks. Initially it working fine. After few week, i noticed that the WiFi wouldn’t work. When i clicked the wireless icon, it show the error Wi-Fi : No hardware installed.
To solve this problem, i tried to reset the System Management Controller (SMC) by removing the battery. Below are the steps:- Continue reading
I just brought new MacBook Pro. I plan to replace the existing SATA Hard Driver with an SSD (Solid State Drive) in order to get better performance of my MacBook Pro. By replace the Hard Drive with an SSD, my Mac will boot faster, copy files in the blink of an eye, and make the system more responsive when multitasking.
To change the Hard Drive in MacBook Pro, it’s fairly easy to do it. Below is the video clip to show you how to do it:-
Hope you enjoy this tutorial 🙂