• Are you experiencing problems with your MacBook in terms of starting up, or battery, or even overheating?
  • Do you know how you can transfer files from your hard disk from your MacBook to a Microsoft and Windows enabled system?
  • Have you tried contacting Apple Support and not been satisfied with their response to your issues?

There is no doubt that Apple is one of the leading technology brands of our time. The company makes great products, barring a few exceptions. Whether you are using the iPhone, the iPad, or even the MacBook, you are surely going for the benchmark in the segment.

However, this does not mean that there are no chinks in Apple’s armor. Technological products can cause some issues, even if they are created by the best brains in the industry.

In this article, we discuss five common issues you might start experiencing when it comes to the MacBook. If you are someone who is facing these issues, or if you know someone is, then you can help them by sharing this article.

5 Common Issues you will likely face with your MacBook: The List

  1. Starting-Up Problems-

One of the most common problems, which has been reported on MacBook is starting-up issues. Most users have complained of seeing a blank grey screen. Others have stated that the Apple logo loading does not appear.

This can be because of a booting issue or a power issue. It can also be a hard drive corruption issue. You can contact Apple Support or look at forums and communities in order to resolve the starting up problems.

  1. Writing NTFS and Data-

If you are a MacBook user, you would have encountered this issue at some point or the other. Most hard drives are preinstalled with NTFS (Microsoft Windows capability). If you want to transfer files between MacBook and Windows, you will need to write NTFS.

There are some credible and established software companies, which make Microsoft NTFS for Mac. By using this software, you will easily be able to use external hard disks and transfer files. This is a necessary piece of software to have and will always help you during such times.

  1. Charger Cord Issues-

Apple makes strong and reliable hardware. The MacBook is a fine example of a sturdy piece of technology. However, Apple could have looked at the charging cord. This is because the cord, which you get with the MacBook, is going to fail you at some point.

Users should note that having a working and functioning charging cord is critical to ensuring your battery life. This is why the charging point, the tips, which go into need to always be given proper care and maintenance.

  1. Overheating Complaints-

A major problem, which most manufacturers of tech products do not take into consideration, is the climatic factors in different regions where they ship their products. Even if they do it, they should at least inform people how to take adequate care.

Overheating issues with the MacBook have been reported in countries, which have warm to very warm climates. If you start experiencing that your MacBook is heating up, it is best to use an external fan or shift to a place, which has an air conditioner.

  1. Less Storage Space-

There is a reason why Apple does not offer massive amounts of storage on the MacBook. One reason is that having a bigger hard disk is likely to spoil the design of the machine. Another reason is that Apple wants you to take a paid iCloud subscription.

If you are using a MacBook, you need either to carry an external hard disk or use the cloud. If you do not want to do any of the above, you can simply shift to a Microsoft Windows laptop.


Apple has cemented its position as a global tech leader based on the brilliance of its products. No matter how perfect any technological device is destined to be, it will always have some issues or the other. If you can add to the list of problems mentioned above in the comments section, you might end up helping someone.

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