If you own a 13-inch MacBook Pro 2019 and shut down unexpectedly, you know you're not alone. Apple recently released a support document confirming that there are some 1
Note that this apparently affects mainly (or possibly only) the MacBook pros who were there by the middle of the year, and only affects the 13-inch entry-level models. If you are using an older 13-inch MacBook Pro entry-level model, there is a good chance that you will not be affected. If so, this may be related to something else.
It's unclear what this might be This issue occurs, but Apple's support document highlights some steps that users can take to troubleshoot it. This is because Apple requires users to lower the battery of their laptops to less than 90%, connect it to a power adapter, turn it on, stop all applications and recharge the battery for at least 8 hours.
Needed to upgrade to the latest version of macOS, which apparently should fix the problem. It seems like a very strange and specific set of steps, but if you notice unexpected system shutdowns, you can try this method, which will fail. Contact Apple for further assistance.
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