A number of discussions (1, 2, 3, 4) have already been opened on Apple support forums due to a problem with the sleep mode (sleep) of the most recent models of MacBooks Pro, which apparently are not fully functioning on dozens of units. Users claim that they are able to close laptops and activate the feature, but they do not respond after reopening, even with keystrokes and clicks on the trackpad / mouse.
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The problem is being widely discussed in several Internet forums (including the well-knownMac-Forums.com); in addition, a quick search on the subject in the Frum MacMagazine brings reports of some Brazilians who are going through the same situation and many others related. Some complaints also indicate that, in certain cases, the new MacBooks Pro also do not enter rest within a satisfactory period of time.
There is still no indication of what is causing this anomaly, but in most of the open complaints, users claim that the use of rest has been faster in the affected machines and has slowed over time. Anyone who has not yet been forced to restart the MacBook Pro outside has already had to wait two minutes to see the sleep on and another four minutes to unlock the screen.
According to the forums, Apple was informed by some customers about the matter, but has not yet commented with clarifications or solutions.