MacBooks can get warm when you are using in a normal way. Here we will show you how you can control its operating temperature.
As a matter of fact Mac notebooks submit with all temperature limits that are set in national and international safety standards. But you should follow the user guide instructions regarding safety and handling.
You should be aware that Mac notebooks have some sensors that discover temperature changes inside your computer. In case your Mac notebook has fans, they turn on automatically to cool critical modules.
Now we will give you some tips to control the operating temperature:
- Become sure that you’ve installed all Mac software updates and all current firmware updates.
- Use your Mac notebook where the average temperature is between 50° and 95° F (10° and 35° C). Don’t left your Mac notebook in your car, because temperatures in parked cars can exceed this range. You should also use your Mac notebook where the relative humidity is between 0% and 95% (non condensing).
- Use your Mac notebook on a steady surface that lets for good ventilation. Never use your Mac notebook in your bed, on a pillow, or under covers.
- Never and ever, put anything over the keyboard.
- If your Mac notebook has ventilation openings, don’t put anything into them.
- Use just Apple-authorized power adapters. Take steps to avoid overheating the power adapter.
If your Mac notebook gets warm even when it isn’t doing tasks that require intensive calculations, or if it has fans that run for a long time, use Activity Monitor to check CPU activity. Look for malfunctioning processes that can put a significant load on the CPU, and check whether Spotlight is indexing your hard drive. You might also need to reset the System Management Controller (SMC) on your MacBook.
when you use third-party apps that measure the temperature of your notebook computer, it’s really important to understand that they don’t measure the external case temperature. The case temperature is much lower. Never use third-party apps to diagnose possible hardware issues.
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