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MacBook Pro - battery management


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I am very new to mac and waiting for my macbook pro. I read some where that I should not need to turn off the device at all. All I should do is close the computer. Is that correct??


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If it works the same as older Mac laptops closing it will put it in a deep sleep that uses so little battery that it will last at least a week.
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