Apple MacBooks are one of the best laptop Apple has ever designed. Nowadays, most of the people prefer to use the MacBook instead of the PC laptop. Especially, business person or celebrities are using the MacBook. MacBook has been one of the most crucial product. Due to that, the battery life is important. The only problem with the MacBook would be the battery lifespan.
Apple has recently rolled out a new software update especially for the MacBooks. Apple believes that with this update, the MacBook battery lifespan could be increased. Part of this software update Apple launch a new feature called “Battery Health Management”. Do note that this software update has been rolled out to the developers only.
It looks like Apple will be rolling out this software update to the public by the end of this year. This could be part of the macOS Catalina 10.15.5 update. According to Apple, the “Battery Health Management” feature could increase the MacBook battery lifespan by reducing the rate of chemical ageing. This means it won’t be charging the MacBook battery up to 100%.
Most of the smartphones nowadays does not allow you to charge your smartphone up to 100%. Even Apple latest iPhones, the battery always stays at 80% most of the time. Most of us always tend to charge our smartphones or laptops at night and sleep. So even the battery reaches 100%, the battery will still be charging until we woke up in the morning.
By having such a restriction, the MacBook battery lifespan can be increased. Apple has added the option to disable this option too. By default, the “Battery Health Management” feature is enabled. If you not comfortable with this feature, you can turn it off easily from the System Preference menu.
Overall, if you are having a MacBook then you should install this software update once Apple rolls out to the public later this year. Just a few days ago, Apple unveils the iPhone SE 2020. We will update you guys once Apple rolls out this software update later this year.