It does pay to wait, but I am never the most patient individual.
The day iOS 11 came out I downloaded and installed, and a week later I was installing macOS High Sierra on my late 2016 MacBook Pro. Usually there are a few bugs, but I have to say they’ve not been quite so bad as the one I’m experiencing now. I have been finding on occasion when putting my MacBook Pro to sleep its fans have started whirling at high speed at some point and the machine starts to overheat.
This has occurred several times in the past week, then this morning I’d turned the laptop off, plugged in the power and gone to get ready for work. As I went past the laptop I noticed a slight hissing coming from it, how is that possible, it’s turned off. I lifted it to check if the fans were indeed running, sure thing they were. Plugging in the power had turned on the laptop. I opened the screen and instead of the expected Apple logo I was greeted with the login screen, confirming it had booted.
I had had enough at this point and decided to book the laptop in with Apple for a look over. I was also keen for them to look over why it ‘clicks’ all the time, having done so ever since I’d taken deliver of the laptop in late December. Just hoping now there isn’t something wrong with the laptop.
That being said, build quality of macOS and its predecessor in recent years hasn’t been the best, so certainly a factor.