MacBook Pro 2018 Draining Battery when lid closed

PennySombrero

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Hi everyone,

my Macbook Pro 2018 (15", 1TB, 16GB, Mac OS High Sierra 10.13.6) drains battery massively when the lid is closed.

When I turn down my Mac at night closing the lid with around 80+% battery and return in the morning to open the Mac, my battery is always almost empty with below 15% battery left.

I don't know what is causing this. I tried closing the different programs before going to bed first thinking it was Safari or some tab in it, but it doesn't seem to be.

In the Energy Settings I disabled everything but putting the hard drive into sleep mode.

Terminal gives me the following result

Code:
pmset -g assertions
2018-08-30 09:31:17 +0200
Assertion status system-wide:
   BackgroundTask                 0
   ApplePushServiceTask           0
   UserIsActive                   1
   PreventUserIdleDisplaySleep    0
   PreventSystemSleep             0
   ExternalMedia                  0
   PreventUserIdleSystemSleep     1
   NetworkClientActive            0
Listed by owning process:
   pid 647(sharingd): [0x000047ee00018088] 00:00:15 PreventUserIdleSystemSleep named: "Handoff"
   pid 119(hidd): [0x000047620009a7fd] 00:00:00 UserIsActive named: "com.apple.iohideventsystem.queue.tickle.4295059403.3"
    Timeout will fire in 120 secs Action=TimeoutActionRelease
No kernel assertions.
Idle sleep preventers: IODisplayWrangler
This doesn't help me at all.

I found this thread here: https://forums.macrumors.com/threads/psa-if-your-2015-or-2016-mbp-has-some-battery-drain-while-sleeping-here-is-the-fix.2026702/

Then I ran the following command and noticed that in the past days my MacBook has been busy all night long... unfortunately I can't make anything out of it to fix it. I just posted part of it as these keep repeating.

Code:
log show --style syslog | fgrep "Wake reason"

2018-08-30 06:38:20.294663+0200  localhost corespeechd[725]: [com.apple.corespeech:Framework] -[CSHostDaemon _getPowerAssertionIfWakenByVoiceTriggerNotFromS3Sleep] Wake reason is not VoiceTrigger or it wake from S0i
2018-08-30 06:38:21.320842+0200  localhost kernel[0]: (AppleTopCaseHIDEventDriver) [HID] [ATC] AppleDeviceManagementHIDEventService::processWakeReason Wake reason: Host (0x01)
2018-08-30 06:38:35.505482+0200  localhost kernel[0]: (AppleACPIPlatform) AppleACPIPlatformPower Wake reason: EC.RTC (Alarm)
2018-08-30 06:38:35.505483+0200  localhost kernel[0]: (AppleACPIPlatform) AppleACPIPlatformPower Wake reason: EC.RTC (Alarm)
2018-08-30 06:39:39.235555+0200  localhost corespeechd[725]: [com.apple.corespeech:Framework] -[CSHostDaemon _isWakeReasonVoiceTrigger] Wake reason: <private>
2018-08-30 06:39:39.235573+0200  localhost corespeechd[725]: [com.apple.corespeech:Framework] -[CSHostDaemon _getPowerAssertionIfWakenByVoiceTriggerNotFromS3Sleep] Wake reason is not VoiceTrigger or it wake from S0i
2018-08-30 06:39:40.335166+0200  localhost kernel[0]: (AppleTopCaseHIDEventDriver) [HID] [ATC] AppleDeviceManagementHIDEventService::processWakeReason Wake reason: Host (0x01)
2018-08-30 06:39:52.382343+0200  localhost kernel[0]: (AppleACPIPlatform) AppleACPIPlatformPower Wake reason: EC.RTC (Alarm)
2018-08-30 06:39:52.382345+0200  localhost kernel[0]: (AppleACPIPlatform) AppleACPIPlatformPower Wake reason: EC.RTC (Alarm)
2018-08-30 06:40:55.236004+0200  localhost corespeechd[725]: [com.apple.corespeech:Framework] -[CSHostDaemon _isWakeReasonVoiceTrigger] Wake reason: <private>
Has anyone experienced something similar or has a clue on how to fix this?
I never had this issue on my previous 13" MacBook Pro (late 2013) with pretty much the same software setup. When I closed the lid here at night and came back in the morning my Mac usually only lost like 2-3% of its charge, not more than 60%.

Would be great if there is a solution.

Many thanks, Penny
 
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youssman

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Aug 31, 2018
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I have the same issue, when I open the lid of the macbook each morning, the battery is down to 0%...

I will set the hibernatemode to 25 today, and I will see if I have the same issue tomorrow morning.
 

thebitguru

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Nov 15, 2016
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Same here, on a new 2018 MBP i9/32GB/1TB. I generally leave the lid open overnight and unplug it. For the last two nights it's been at 0% in the morning.

I see a few of these entries from last night.

Code:
2018-08-31 03:23:23.302598-0500  localhost kernel[0]: (AppleTopCaseHIDEventDriver) [HID] [ATC] AppleDeviceManagementHIDEventService::processWakeReason Wake reason: Host (0x01)
2018-08-31 03:23:33.043623-0500  localhost kernel[0]: (AppleTopCaseHIDEventDriver) [HID] [ATC] AppleDeviceManagementHIDEventService::processWakeReason Wake reason: Host (0x01)
2018-08-31 03:24:31.613563-0500  localhost kernel[0]: (AppleACPIPlatform) AppleACPIPlatformPower Wake reason: EC.USBC (Maintenance)
2018-08-31 03:24:31.613565-0500  localhost kernel[0]: (AppleACPIPlatform) AppleACPIPlatformPower Wake reason: EC.USBC (Maintenance)
2018-08-31 03:24:42.747369-0500  localhost corespeechd[414]: [com.apple.corespeech:Framework] -[CSHostDaemon _isWakeReasonVoiceTrigger] Wake reason: <private>
2018-08-31 03:24:42.747435-0500  localhost corespeechd[414]: [com.apple.corespeech:Framework] -[CSHostDaemon _getPowerAssertionIfWakenByVoiceTriggerNotFromS3Sleep] Wake reason is not VoiceTrigger or it wake from S0i
2018-08-31 03:24:43.937566-0500  localhost kernel[0]: (AppleTopCaseHIDEventDriver) [HID] [ATC] AppleDeviceManagementHIDEventService::processWakeReason Wake reason: Host (0x01)
2018-08-31 03:24:53.773840-0500  localhost kernel[0]: (AppleTopCaseHIDEventDriver) [HID] [ATC] AppleDeviceManagementHIDEventService::processWakeReason Wake reason: Host (0x01)
2018-08-31 03:25:52.674627-0500  localhost kernel[0]: (AppleACPIPlatform) AppleACPIPlatformPower Wake reason: EC.ACAttach (Maintenance)
2018-08-31 03:25:52.674631-0500  localhost kernel[0]: (AppleACPIPlatform) AppleACPIPlatformPower Wake reason: EC.ACAttach (Maintenance)
2018-08-31 03:25:56.084289-0500  localhost kernel[0]: (AppleTopCaseHIDEventDriver) [HID] [ATC] AppleDeviceManagementHIDEventService::processWakeReason Wake reason: Host (0x01)
2018-08-31 03:25:56.155049-0500  localhost corespeechd[414]: [com.apple.corespeech:Framework] -[CSHostDaemon _isWakeReasonVoiceTrigger] Wake reason: <private>
2018-08-31 03:25:56.155082-0500  localhost corespeechd[414]: [com.apple.corespeech:Framework] -[CSHostDaemon _getPowerAssertionIfWakenByVoiceTriggerNotFromS3Sleep] Wake reason is not VoiceTrigger or it wake from S0i
2018-08-31 03:25:57.772859-0500  localhost kernel[0]: (AppleTopCaseHIDEventDriver) [HID] [ATC] AppleDeviceManagementHIDEventService::processWakeReason Wake reason: Host (0x01)
2018-08-31 09:37:50.332642-0500  localhost kernel[0]: (AppleTopCaseHIDEventDriver) [HID] [ATC] AppleDeviceManagementHIDEventService::processWakeReason Wake reason: Host (0x01)
 

razmanugget

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Nov 27, 2008
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Same issue here with a 2016 Macbook. Now I close the lid at night and leave it plugged in, but not happy that the machine doesn't sleep. Also, I have Siri turned off.
 

PennySombrero

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Aug 30, 2018
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What is Siri? :p

I have it turned off. Never used it...

I am leaving on one app per night now, just to figure out what is causing it.
 

youssman

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Aug 31, 2018
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So... I closed the lid 6 hours ago, battery charged at 100%. I reopened the lid a few minutes ago, battery at 35%.

Code:
2018-08-31 22:14:10.173945+0200  localhost kernel[0]: (AppleTopCaseHIDEventDriver) [HID] [ATC] AppleDeviceManagementHIDEventService::processWakeReason Wake reason: Host (0x01)
2018-08-31 22:15:08.416339+0200  localhost kernel[0]: (AppleACPIPlatform) AppleACPIPlatformPower Wake reason: EC.Bluetooth (Maintenance)
2018-08-31 22:15:08.416341+0200  localhost kernel[0]: (AppleACPIPlatform) AppleACPIPlatformPower Wake reason: EC.Bluetooth (Maintenance)
2018-08-31 22:15:46.254139+0200  localhost corespeechd[776]: [com.apple.corespeech:Framework] -[CSHostDaemon _isWakeReasonVoiceTrigger] Wake reason: <private>
2018-08-31 22:15:46.254150+0200  localhost corespeechd[776]: [com.apple.corespeech:Framework] -[CSHostDaemon _getPowerAssertionIfWakenByVoiceTriggerNotFromS3Sleep] Wake reason is not VoiceTrigger or it wake from S0i
2018-08-31 22:15:47.338934+0200  localhost kernel[0]: (AppleTopCaseHIDEventDriver) [HID] [ATC] AppleDeviceManagementHIDEventService::processWakeReason Wake reason: Host (0x01)
2018-08-31 22:16:44.787564+0200  localhost kernel[0]: (AppleACPIPlatform) AppleACPIPlatformPower Wake reason: EC.Bluetooth (Maintenance)
2018-08-31 22:16:44.787565+0200  localhost kernel[0]: (AppleACPIPlatform) AppleACPIPlatformPower Wake reason: EC.Bluetooth (Maintenance)
2018-08-31 22:16:58.978325+0200  localhost corespeechd[776]: [com.apple.corespeech:Framework] -[CSHostDaemon _isWakeReasonVoiceTrigger] Wake reason: <private>
2018-08-31 22:16:58.978353+0200  localhost corespeechd[776]: [com.apple.corespeech:Framework] -[CSHostDaemon _getPowerAssertionIfWakenByVoiceTriggerNotFromS3Sleep] Wake reason is not VoiceTrigger or it wake from S0i
Always because of EC.Bluetooth.

I have disabled the ability to wake up the computer with a bluetooth device, I will tell you tomorrow if it is better.
 
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youssman

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Aug 31, 2018
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A Logitech Bluetooth Music Receiver, always on

@thebitguru

EC.USBC => You plugged an USBC at 2018-08-31 03:24:31 and that woke up the laptop.
EC.ACAttach => You plugged the AC at 2018-08-31 03:25:52 and that woke up the laptop.
 

thebitguru

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Nov 15, 2016
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In my case, what's weird about EC.USBC and EC.ACAttach is that the USB device (external monitor) and the power adapter were never disconnected.
 

youssman

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Aug 31, 2018
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In my case, the problem seems to be solved. I left the lid closed with the battery around 70%, this morning the battery is still at 70%.

Code:
2018-09-01 00:42:18.628592+0200  localhost kernel[0]: (AppleACPIPlatform) AppleACPIPlatformPower Wake reason: EC.RTC (Alarm)
2018-09-01 00:42:18.628593+0200  localhost kernel[0]: (AppleACPIPlatform) AppleACPIPlatformPower Wake reason: EC.RTC (Alarm)
2018-09-01 02:42:17.685419+0200  localhost corespeechd[776]: [com.apple.corespeech:Framework] -[CSHostDaemon _isWakeReasonVoiceTrigger] Wake reason: <private>
2018-09-01 02:42:17.685424+0200  localhost corespeechd[776]: [com.apple.corespeech:Framework] -[CSHostDaemon _getPowerAssertionIfWakenByVoiceTriggerNotFromS3Sleep] Wake reason is not VoiceTrigger or it wake from S0i
2018-09-01 02:42:18.084385+0200  localhost kernel[0]: (AppleTopCaseHIDEventDriver) [HID] [ATC] AppleDeviceManagementHIDEventService::processWakeReason Wake reason: Host (0x01)
2018-09-01 02:42:18.632353+0200  localhost kernel[0]: (AppleTopCaseHIDEventDriver) [HID] [ATC] AppleDeviceManagementHIDEventService::processWakeReason Wake reason: Host (0x01)
2018-09-01 02:43:11.441393+0200  localhost kernel[0]: (AppleACPIPlatform) AppleACPIPlatformPower Wake reason: EC.SleepTimer (SleepTimer)
2018-09-01 02:43:11.441397+0200  localhost kernel[0]: (AppleACPIPlatform) AppleACPIPlatformPower Wake reason: EC.SleepTimer (SleepTimer)
2018-09-01 03:42:19.731597+0200  localhost corespeechd[776]: [com.apple.corespeech:Framework] -[CSHostDaemon _isWakeReasonVoiceTrigger] Wake reason: <private>
2018-09-01 03:42:19.731610+0200  localhost corespeechd[776]: [com.apple.corespeech:Framework] -[CSHostDaemon _getPowerAssertionIfWakenByVoiceTriggerNotFromS3Sleep] Wake reason is not VoiceTrigger or it wake from S0i
2018-09-01 03:42:20.127940+0200  localhost kernel[0]: (AppleTopCaseHIDEventDriver) [HID] [ATC] AppleDeviceManagementHIDEventService::processWakeReason Wake reason: Host (0x01)
2018-09-01 03:42:20.677215+0200  localhost kernel[0]: (AppleTopCaseHIDEventDriver) [HID] [ATC] AppleDeviceManagementHIDEventService::processWakeReason Wake reason: Host (0x01)
2018-09-01 03:43:17.259943+0200  localhost kernel[0]: (AppleACPIPlatform) AppleACPIPlatformPower Wake reason: EC.RTC (Alarm)
2018-09-01 03:43:17.259946+0200  localhost kernel[0]: (AppleACPIPlatform) AppleACPIPlatformPower Wake reason: EC.RTC (Alarm)
2018-09-01 05:42:34.459230+0200  localhost corespeechd[776]: [com.apple.corespeech:Framework] -[CSHostDaemon _isWakeReasonVoiceTrigger] Wake reason: <private>
2018-09-01 05:42:34.459251+0200  localhost corespeechd[776]: [com.apple.corespeech:Framework] -[CSHostDaemon _getPowerAssertionIfWakenByVoiceTriggerNotFromS3Sleep] Wake reason is not VoiceTrigger or it wake from S0i
2018-09-01 05:42:35.415381+0200  localhost kernel[0]: (AppleTopCaseHIDEventDriver) [HID] [ATC] AppleDeviceManagementHIDEventService::processWakeReason Wake reason: Host (0x01)
2018-09-01 05:43:34.163704+0200  localhost kernel[0]: (AppleACPIPlatform) AppleACPIPlatformPower Wake reason: EC.RTC (Alarm)
2018-09-01 05:43:34.163705+0200  localhost kernel[0]: (AppleACPIPlatform) AppleACPIPlatformPower Wake reason: EC.RTC (Alarm)
2018-09-01 07:43:29.378165+0200  localhost corespeechd[776]: [com.apple.corespeech:Framework] -[CSHostDaemon _isWakeReasonVoiceTrigger] Wake reason: <private>
2018-09-01 07:43:29.378183+0200  localhost corespeechd[776]: [com.apple.corespeech:Framework] -[CSHostDaemon _getPowerAssertionIfWakenByVoiceTriggerNotFromS3Sleep] Wake reason is not VoiceTrigger or it wake from S0i
2018-09-01 07:43:30.290723+0200  localhost kernel[0]: (AppleTopCaseHIDEventDriver) [HID] [ATC] AppleDeviceManagementHIDEventService::processWakeReason Wake reason: Host (0x01)
2018-09-01 07:44:28.728920+0200  localhost kernel[0]: (AppleACPIPlatform) AppleACPIPlatformPower Wake reason: EC.RTC (Alarm)
2018-09-01 07:44:28.728921+0200  localhost kernel[0]: (AppleACPIPlatform) AppleACPIPlatformPower Wake reason: EC.RTC (Alarm)
2018-09-01 09:44:25.341769+0200  localhost corespeechd[776]: [com.apple.corespeech:Framework] -[CSHostDaemon _isWakeReasonVoiceTrigger] Wake reason: <private>
2018-09-01 09:44:25.341792+0200  localhost corespeechd[776]: [com.apple.corespeech:Framework] -[CSHostDaemon _getPowerAssertionIfWakenByVoiceTriggerNotFromS3Sleep] Wake reason is not VoiceTrigger or it wake from S0i
2018-09-01 09:44:26.224663+0200  localhost kernel[0]: (AppleTopCaseHIDEventDriver) [HID] [ATC] AppleDeviceManagementHIDEventService::processWakeReason Wake reason: Host (0x01)
2018-09-01 09:45:24.154872+0200  localhost kernel[0]: (AppleACPIPlatform) AppleACPIPlatformPower Wake reason: EC.LidOpen (User)
2018-09-01 09:45:24.154873+0200  localhost kernel[0]: (AppleACPIPlatform) AppleACPIPlatformPower Wake reason: EC.LidOpen (User)
2018-09-01 09:49:45.472711+0200  localhost corespeechd[776]: [com.apple.corespeech:Framework] -[CSHostDaemon _isWakeReasonVoiceTrigger] Wake reason: <private>
2018-09-01 09:49:45.472720+0200  localhost corespeechd[776]: [com.apple.corespeech:Framework] -[CSHostDaemon _getPowerAssertionIfWakenByVoiceTriggerNotFromS3Sleep] Wake reason is not VoiceTrigger or it wake from S0i
2018-09-01 09:49:46.437657+0200  localhost kernel[0]: (AppleTopCaseHIDEventDriver) [HID] [ATC] AppleDeviceManagementHIDEventService::processWakeReason Wake reason: Host (0x01)
The laptop awoke around 3 times : EC.RTC, and EC.SleepTimer.
 
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PennySombrero

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Good Morning,

good you seem to have found your reason.

I had shut down all apps last night, but left Bluetooth and Wi-Fi on.

Same result, closed lid 75%, woke up in the morning to 18%.

Macbook has been busy all night...

Code:
2018-09-01 05:04:52.860211+0200  localhost corespeechd[740]: [com.apple.corespeech:Framework] -[CSHostDaemon _getPowerAssertionIfWakenByVoiceTriggerNotFromS3Sleep] Wake reason is not VoiceTrigger or it wake from S0i
2018-09-01 05:04:54.184487+0200  localhost kernel[0]: (AppleTopCaseHIDEventDriver) [HID] [ATC] AppleDeviceManagementHIDEventService::processWakeReason Wake reason: Host (0x01)
2018-09-01 05:05:05.626365+0200  localhost kernel[0]: (AppleACPIPlatform) AppleACPIPlatformPower Wake reason: EC.RTC (Alarm)
2018-09-01 05:05:05.626366+0200  localhost kernel[0]: (AppleACPIPlatform) AppleACPIPlatformPower Wake reason: EC.RTC (Alarm)
2018-09-01 05:06:09.814266+0200  localhost corespeechd[740]: [com.apple.corespeech:Framework] -[CSHostDaemon _isWakeReasonVoiceTrigger] Wake reason: <private>
2018-09-01 05:06:09.814324+0200  localhost corespeechd[740]: [com.apple.corespeech:Framework] -[CSHostDaemon _getPowerAssertionIfWakenByVoiceTriggerNotFromS3Sleep] Wake reason is not VoiceTrigger or it wake from S0i
2018-09-01 05:06:11.223492+0200  localhost kernel[0]: (AppleTopCaseHIDEventDriver) [HID] [ATC] AppleDeviceManagementHIDEventService::processWakeReason Wake reason: Host (0x01)
2018-09-01 05:06:22.612744+0200  localhost kernel[0]: (AppleACPIPlatform) AppleACPIPlatformPower Wake reason: EC.RTC (Alarm)
2018-09-01 05:06:22.612745+0200  localhost kernel[0]: (AppleACPIPlatform) AppleACPIPlatformPower Wake reason: EC.RTC (Alarm)
2018-09-01 05:07:26.985563+0200  localhost corespeechd[740]: [com.apple.corespeech:Framework] -[CSHostDaemon _isWakeReasonVoiceTrigger] Wake reason: <private>
I just turned off the Bluetooth option for peripherals to wake computer.

Let's see tomorrow whether that helped.

Funny thing is, I don't use any Bluetooth devices besides a pair of AirPods that I rarely use on the Macbook.

Happy Weekend, P
 

youssman

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Aug 31, 2018
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It seems there is a trigger EC.RTC every minute on your macbook... Mine is every 2 hours.

Do you have powernap enabled ? I have disabled it, and I think that may be cause of your problem.

If it doesn't work, you can try to reset the SMC.
 

PennySombrero

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Aug 30, 2018
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It seems there is a trigger EC.RTC every minute on your macbook... Mine is every 2 hours.

Do you have powernap enabled ? I have disabled it, and I think that may be cause of your problem.

If it doesn't work, you can try to reset the SMC.
Like I wrote above, PowerNap and all other energy settings are turned off.

Resetting the SMC has not brought a solution either.

I am wondering what is triggering the EC.RTC event every minute...
 

dreubencr

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Jul 28, 2018
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Count me in, I keep seeing EC.LidOpen (User), EC.RTC (Alarm), and XHC1 even though I have most definitely not opened the lid, and I have everything turned off (power nap, notifications, wake for network access, Siri, and bluetooth). Funny thing, when I do open the lid, the wake reason is not LidOpen but corespeechd <private>, and then AppleDeviceManagementHIDEventService::processWakeReason Wake reason: Host (0x01). I have a case open with Apple Support, they have some logs and supposedly will get back to me on Tuesday... We'll see.

I do have to say that once I disabled Bluetooth, the battery drain went from ~15% to ~5% in a ~7 hour sleep period. Still think 5% isn't normal, nor seeing all those wake reasons...

I also did an SMC and NVRAM reset.

2.6/16GB/560X/512GB
 
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PennySombrero

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Count me in, I keep seeing EC.LidOpen (User), EC.RTC (Alarm), and XHC1 even though I have most definitely not opened the lid, and I have everything turned off (power nap, notifications, wake for network access, Siri, and bluetooth). Funny thing, when I do open the lid, the wake reason is not LidOpen but corespeechd <private>, and then AppleDeviceManagementHIDEventService::processWakeReason Wake reason: Host (0x01). I have a case open with Apple Support, they have some logs and supposedly will get back to me on Tuesday... We'll see.

I do have to say that once I disabled Bluetooth, the battery drain went from ~15% to ~5% in a ~7 hour sleep period. Still think 5% isn't normal, nor seeing all those wake reasons...

I also did an SMC and NVRAM reset.

2.6/16GB/560X/512GB

Keep me/us updated on what the Apple Support says.
Just by looking at more and more posts popping up in the "similar posts" below, there must be something going on. Might has to do with the latest update...

Last night I turned off Bluetooth as well. Same result.
 

dreubencr

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Jul 28, 2018
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Keep me/us updated on what the Apple Support says.
Just by looking at more and more posts popping up in the "similar posts" below, there must be something going on. Might has to do with the latest update...

Last night I turned off Bluetooth as well. Same result.
Sure thing, I'm not keeping my hopes up, but maybe they'll say something useful... I shut it down last night, turned it back on today (10 hours later), only to find 8% less charge... As usual with these 2018 MBPs, the issues seem erratic.

Maybe there's some quantum superposition at play! :p
 

PennySombrero

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Good Morning,

last night I had turned off all apps, Bluetooth and also disabled WiFi.

The good news is, I went to bed with 60% and came back to 56%. Hence it must have to do with the WiFi. Although I disabled wake on Lan and all that related stuff.

The "bad" news is, I get the same repeating "wake-reasons" as before... I suppose without the wifi enabled whatever command these might trigger get lost on their way.


Code:
2018-09-03 04:19:25.698465+0200  localhost kernel[0]: (AppleTopCaseHIDEventDriver) [HID] [ATC] AppleDeviceManagementHIDEventService::processWakeReason Wake reason: Host (0x01)
2018-09-03 04:19:39.086528+0200  localhost kernel[0]: (AppleACPIPlatform) AppleACPIPlatformPower Wake reason: EC.RTC (Alarm)
2018-09-03 04:19:39.086529+0200  localhost kernel[0]: (AppleACPIPlatform) AppleACPIPlatformPower Wake reason: EC.RTC (Alarm)
2018-09-03 04:20:40.620156+0200  localhost corespeechd[758]: [com.apple.corespeech:Framework] -[CSHostDaemon _isWakeReasonVoiceTrigger] Wake reason: <private>
2018-09-03 04:20:40.620165+0200  localhost corespeechd[758]: [com.apple.corespeech:Framework] -[CSHostDaemon _getPowerAssertionIfWakenByVoiceTriggerNotFromS3Sleep] Wake reason is not VoiceTrigger or it wake from S0i
Best, P
 

Fishrrman

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Here goes the broken record again:

At night, just POWER IT OFF.
It will boot up quickly in the morning, and there won't be any "battery loss" problems.
 

thebitguru

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@Fishrrman that's a little inefficient because my dev work needs several pieces that I will have to restart. It's not to say that it can't be done, but this isn't "it just works." I am having flashback of the times that I have tried Linux on some random hardware. I am really hoping that Apple's standards haven't fallen to that level...
 

dreubencr

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Jul 28, 2018
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Here goes the broken record again:

At night, just POWER IT OFF.
It will boot up quickly in the morning, and there won't be any "battery loss" problems.

8% drain while shut down (10 hours), sorry, but that does seem like 'battery loss' to me.
 

chrono1081

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I think its an OS bug to be honest, both my work machine and personal machine (both different years) do this and they didn't until fairly recently.
 
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youssman

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Aug 31, 2018
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The macbook has been asleep for more than 5 hours, the battery is still at 100%. The issue seems to be solved in my case. It was because of the wake on bluetooth option...

And good news, no more kernel panic since the last update :)
 
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