What Issues at the Time of Startup or Shutdown MacBook?

Here you will learn how to turn your Mac on and off, and get help with issues at the time of startup or shutdown.

Turn on (startup) your Mac

In order to turn on your Mac, press its power button, that is usually marked. Some Mac notebooks also turn on when you open them, connect them to power, press any key, or press the trackpad.

Learn more about turning on different Mac models below.

Mac notebooks

Actually nn MacBook Pro models that have a Touch Bar, Touch ID (power button) is on the right side of the Touch Bar at the top of the keyboard.

You should know that, on MacBook Air models introduced in 2018 or later, Touch ID (power button) is on the right side of the function keys at the top of the keyboard.

On Mac notebooks with physical function (F1–F12) keys, the power button  is a key in the top-right corner of the keyboard.1
Newer Mac notebooks also turn on when you follow these items as below:

  • Open the lid of your Mac, even it’s not connected to power.
  • Connect your Mac to a power adapter while its lid is open.2

More than this, MacBook Pro and MacBook Air models presented in 2018 or later turn on when you push any key on the keyboard or press the trackpad.

The power button  is a circular button on the back of the computer. With the back of the Mac mini fa the power button  is a circular button on the back of the computer. With the back of the computer facing you, the power button is in the lower-right corner.cing you, the power button is on the far-left side.

On Mac Pro (2019), the power button  is a circular button on the top of the computer, next to the Thunderbolt 3 ports.3

On Mac Pro (Rack, 2019), the power button is a pill shaped button on the front of the computer, next to the status indicator light.3

Turn off (shut down) your Mac

The best way to shut off your Mac is to select Shut Down from the Apple menu .

When your Mac continues a startup procedure after it turns on, it follows a shutdown process before it turns off. That process contains automatically quitting all open apps and logging out of your macOS user account.

When your Mac doesn’t shut down, try Force Quit to close any apps that aren’t responding. If that doesn’t work, press and hold the power button until the Mac turns off.

When your Mac doesn’t turn on

When your Mac doesn’t turn on, you should check your power connection, and if you’re using a Mac notebook, become sure that its battery has some charge. You can also try holding down the power button for ten seconds, then pressing the power button again to see if the Mac turns on. Learn more about what to do if your Mac doesn’t turn on.

When your Mac turns on but doesn’t start up totally, you can use safe mode to isolate issues with your Mac.

Learn more

  1. On earlier Mac notebook models, the power button is a circular button next to the keyboard.
    2. To start up your MacBook Pro or MacBook by plugging it in, make sure to use an AC adapter that provides sufficient power, like the one that came with the computer. Your Mac notebook’s battery must have some charge to start up when you connect it to power.
    3. On earlier Mac Pro models, the power button is a circular button on the back of the computer or on the front of the computer above the headphone jack.

MacBook Battery Replacement at TopTek

If you are having issues with your Mac Battery please note that Apple has a program to replace some battery for MacBook pro were manufactured between October 2016 and October 2017 please check the link below to see if your MacBook pro is eligible. For the rest of you MacBook models you can follow these step to learn more about the battery status.

1- If battery status menu icon shows an X, computer does not recognize that means installed battery.

2- Press Option key when clicking on battery icon. Check and see whether menu shows “Your battery needs service” or “Service Battery.”

3- Battery life is too short to use or the device won’t turn on unless connected to the power source.

4- At TopTek system we use the original Apple battery and give you 90 days Apple warranty.

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