Sleep your Mac differently depending on the battery level.
…the new SmartSleep state lets your notebook just sleep while the battery has a high level.
If the battery level drops below a certain point… it will switch to sleep and hibernate. So you have the best of both worlds. Furthermore it will expand the lifetime of your SSD (if you have one) as your MacBook won’t write a hibernate file as often.
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