The Second Beta of macOS 10.15.5 is Available

The Second Beta of macOS 10.15.5 is Available

The second beta version of macOS 10.5.5 has been released. Compsmag has reviewed the new battery status management feature.

Apple has made privacy a cornerstone of this new battery health management feature. The company says that all billing information is kept on the device unless the user decides to share anonymous analytical data with Apple. Finally, Apple enables the default battery status management feature, but users can disable it by unchecking a new battery status management box in System Preferences, under the Energy Saver category. This is similar to the Battery Heath features that have come to the iPhone in the past two years. On the iPhone, Apple allows users to manage the health and capacity of their battery and disable the performance limitation due to reduced battery capacity. iOS 13 has also discreetly added a new optimized battery charging feature, which aims to extend the battery life of your iPhone to reduce the frequency at which the battery remains 100% charged.

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