Over the years, Apple‘s product line has changed drastically, but one thing has always remained… the iconic chime that signals every time your computer boots up. But with the new MacBook Pro, the distinctive F-sharp major chime is no more. The change was first noticed by Pingie, who discovered the change in Apple’s support notes and confirmed its disappearance on a working version of the laptop.
Since the 1990s, the startup chime has been used to tell the user that there are no issues with their device when starting it up. The removal of it altogether may make diagnosing technical problems with the new MacBook Pro models a little more trickier. Apple has also tweaked the new MacBook Pros so they will turn on whenever they are opened, even if they were fully shut down. Will you be missing that iconic sound?