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The Intel Turbo Boost feature will decide by itself when to switch to a higher CPU clock. There is no way to manually activate overclocking. See also Intel's FAQ on the matter: How is Intel® Turbo Boost Technology enabled or disabled? Intel Turbo Boost Technology is enabled by default. You can disable or enable the technology with a switch in the ...


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It may work, but at the least, you won't be able to close it properly. The LVDS cable is similar, but not identical, so you may have some extra cable parts floating around inside the enclosure. Short answer: it may work, but it is definitely not recommended. The way the top case (display) connects is slightly different. The screws would fit in the correct ...


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Not likely. Apple can't ship these devices by air due to safety reasons, and there are a lot of them. If everyone who was inconvenienced by this got together and collectively sued Apple, and won, you might get enough to pay for a fast food meal. In 2024.


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For starters, no, the LG UltraFine 5k 27" display will not power the 12" MacBook (Early 2016) models. As for being able to out put video to the LG UltraFine 5k 27" display, this is not officially supported by Apple. See Use the first gen LG UltraFine 5K Display with your Mac and Use the second gen LG UltraFine 5K Display with your Mac However, it may be ...


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Your model MacBook Pro can power external displays at 60Hz in the following combinations: One display at 5120 x 2880 resolution with over a billion colors Two displays at 3840 x 2160 resolution with over a billion colors Two displays at 4096 x 2304 resolution with millions of colors So, to use both the 5K and 4K displays you need to be mindful of the ...


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I would try a third party executable that will allow you to list and change the screen resolution from the command line. cscreen works on macOS Sierra, High Sierra, and Mojave, there are also several projects on Github, but your mileage may vary.


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The USB ports in the Desktop and monitors don't provide enough power to charge your MacBook. These ports tend to be build "to spec", meaning they output only about 500mA (USB 2.0) or 900mA (USB 3.0). Sometimes PCs have dedicated charging ports (maybe colored yellow) which provide more than 1A (they exceed the official USB specs), but that's still not nearly ...


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There are new beta updates. Can you check them and see if the issue persists.


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Unfortunately the 2.4 GHz band, which Bluetooth uses, is rather crowded. Therefore interference with WiFi (802.11b/g/n/ax), microwaves, USB 3 devices, etc. are quite common. Apple has a support document on the issue and suggests a list of measures (see the link for all suggestions): How to reduce wireless interference These general steps can help ...


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You could install blueutil and SleepWatcher via homebrew and set a .sleep code to call blueutil in order to disable bluetooth and call "networksetup -setairportpower en0 off" to disable wifi when going to sleep mode or closing the lid. Blueutil comands are "/usr/local/bin/blueutil -p 0" to disable bluetooth and blueutil -p 1 to enable it. To use ...


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Apple has offers for business users including loaner devices. If your device is business critical you should look into it, your local retail store will be happy to help you. Link for you: https://www.apple.com/retail/business/jointventure/terms.html


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Things to try in your situation include: switch your external display on first, followed by switching on the MacBook Pro (within a second or two) - hopefully it'll get the signal it needs to display the MBP's output if the above doesn't work, and assuming you only have the one user account, then switch on your MBP and wait long enough for it to be at the ...


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