I’ve bought a macbook air December 2019 for traveling, then COVID hit and I stayed put and rarely used it.
I’ve been trying to understand why it never shuts down. Apple > Shut Down… is available, but if I open the lid afterward, it acts as if it only went to sleep. I leave it unplugged and unused for a couple of weeks, the battery drains to zero. I’ve had a million Macs already in my life, they all get dead when they are shut down. Is there a reason they changed the configuration or am I missing some setting or something?
This machine also reboots and wakes up extremely slowly compared with much older machines (2013 and 2016) we have around the house. Except for the retina display, it feels like a downgrade from any previous mac I’ve owned.
I’d appreciate any insight anyone could offer, even if it’s all bad news.