My Macbook air is taking ages (about 15 - 20 seconds) to "wake up" from it's "deeper" sleep mode. And I am pretty sure it gets longer over time...
If I simply close it, and open it soon after - everything is fine. But if I leave it for I think it's an hour or longer, and open again, it takes about 15 - 17 seconds before mouse cursor shows up, and another 2 or 3 seconds for the rest of the screen to show up.
It's really frustrating, becase my macbook pro is waking up from it's sleep really instantly.
Now i started experiencing that with 2010 MacBook air 2.13 (13") I think somewhere around update 10.6.7 or so. But now I have exactly same issue with 1.7 macbook 2011 and 10.7.2. And yes, all the firmware updates are on
Any help would be greatly appreciated.
First of all - resetting SMC and repairing permissions did not solve the problem.
I found walk around which is basicaly to disable hibarnation alltogether via Terminal with
sudo pmset -a hibernatemode 0
which so far worked the charm. I do realise however that my standby will shorten as a result, but since it has never been problem with my Pro, I don't see the reason why should it be with Air
In the meantime I suppose there's nothing else but wait for fix from Apple.
ALso wanted to highlight that issue begin with update of Snow Leopard, I believe 10.6.7 or something around that. I have had no such problem earlier, so it's not Lion to blame.
In regards to my SSD - my 2010 Mabook air had Toshiba SSD, but 2011 one has Samsung. So can't put the blame on neither...