Date: Wednesday, June 26th, 2013, 09:33
Category: MacBook Air, News, Software
The new MacBook Air is nifty.
But there are still some bugs to sort out.
And in the case of the notebook being slow to wake up from sleep, PowerPage head honcho Jason O’Grady has noted a cool Terminal command that can resolve the slow wake issue, which first manifested itself when the MacBook Pro with Retina Display was released in June 2012.
The fix was reported in by user Erv Walter and is covered, step by step, in detail over on The Apple Core.
Click the link, take a gander and with any luck, your spiffy new MacBook Air will be able to wake from sleep just as quickly as you’d like it to.
Let us know if the fix works in the comments and if you have any other cool fixes of your own, please let us know.