Have you ever experienced a Mac so hot to the touch that you could probably fry an egg (iEgg?) on it? Or how about a Mac that has fans that are so noisy that it feels like you’re about to take flight? Well, the good news is that you’re not alone. Both issues are caused by overheating, which is a common concern among Mac users.
It’s not just the obvious physical examples that are the problem, a seriously overheated Mac will crash and shut down on its own and that is something you really don’t want to ignore. Even without reaching that extreme, overheating can slow down Mac performance and, over time, damage internal components such as the battery.
It’s important to note that it is normal for a Mac to heat up when working on heavy processes. Shutting down due to heat is most definitely not normal, and consistent overheating during regular use is also a sign that there might be a problem.
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