Apple introduced a new battery health management feature with the second macOS Catalina 10.15.5 beta. It was designed to increase battery life and also it concerned about the health of the battery for modern Mac notebooks.
What is Battery Health Management?
Battery Health Management can be introduced as an intelligent feature that comes with the Mac notebook. It analyzes the overall battery status and its charging pattern of your Mac note notebook based on related information. It preserves the battery health. So it means Battery Health Management allows not to charging a MacBook to full capacity.
If you charge any device to 100 percent and let it sit plugged without taking it out from the charger it affects badly for the batter. For Macbook devices this situation is the same. That’s why Apple aims to avoid it. So they introduced the Battery Health Management system to stop this battery damage situation.
Turn Off Battery Health Management in macOS Catalina 10.15.5
Although the Battery Health Management system includes important benefits, if you not interested in, users have the freedom to opt-in to disable it. It means this is not anymore an essential feature to enable. Of course, it is important this battery saving system for Macbook users. But while using it there can occur some unexpected situations.
Users can easily found the Battery Health Management controls in the System Preferences and select the Energy Saver section. For that, now you can follow the below steps. Here first you have to,
- Open the System Preferences app.
- Then select the Energy Saver section, you can easily find it as it is shown by a bulb.
- Now tap on the Battery Health section.
- To deselect it you have to click the box that is located next to Battery Health Management
- Click Turn Off to confirm
Battery Health Management feature automatically enables when you upgrade your macOS to macOS Catalina 10.15.5. So users have to manually turn it off if you were not interested in this feature. For that, you will need the above instructions.
For the current usage, Apple limited the compatibility of macOS Catalina 10.15.5 for developers. Surely in further days, you will get a public update of this latest macOS Catalina 10.15.5. However, it will support all the 2016 or later MacBook Pro and 2018 or later MacBook Air devices.