Date: Friday, August 3rd, 2012, 11:13
Category: MacBook Air, MacBook Pro, News
There’s been a lot written about OS X 10.8’s new PowerNap feature, wherein your 2011-2012 MacBook Air and 2012 Retina Display MacBook Pro notebooks can perform various background tasks (such as synchronization and updates) while in Sleep mode, but it’s hard to say what to do when things go wrong.
With that in mind, the mighty Topher Kessler has written a spiffy PowerNap troubleshooting guide over on CNET.
Take a gander.
Check it out.
And even though the guide goes through the somewhat frightening steps as to how to reset your notebook’s SMC should circumstances require it, it’s worth reading.
That is all and enjoy your Friday.