I see that the PowerNap fix is available for Macbook Airs and Macbook Pros with Retina displays but not Macbook Pros. Why is this and will there be a fix for Macbook Pros?
I don't think regular Macbook Pros can use Power Nap. They don't have the necessary hardware.
Thanks - but apart from the screen, I'd have thought the rest of the hardware is identical?
No, very different. Airs and the Retina Pros use built-in solid-state storage, for one thing, which makes it possible to write to storage without "powering up" a physical drive.
Thanks Matt - that makes sense. Am trying to fix the fault with Time Machine and Synology NAS's - power management being one of the suspects.
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