How hot is too hot??

Discussion in 'MacBook Pro' started by BigDogg, Aug 7, 2007.

  1. BigDogg macrumors member

    BigDogg

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    #1
    I use my mbp outdoors occasionally surfing the web, and listening to music. With temperatures now reaching 100 degrees during the day, i am assuming this is too hot to use outdoors?
     
  2. Benjamindaines macrumors 68030

    Benjamindaines

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    According to Apple 100°F is too hot, but all the bad that will happen is that the battery life will be a bit shorter. You won't do any damage to any of the internal components, if things start getting too hot the fans will kick in and if things are still too hot after the fans are at full blast (and it won't be) the computer will go to sleep to protect its self.

    --Cheers
     
  3. BigDogg thread starter macrumors member

    BigDogg

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    Ok thats exactly what i needed to know thanks for the link and info! I just didn't want the insides to start melting. I wasn't aware of the auto shut-off feature, I am liking this mbp more everyday.:apple::D
     

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