We hope you adore the typical sound you hear as the iPhone is put to charge. In fact, the latest MacBook version with 12 incher screen size will feature the same sound when it is put on or off power. However, the ultra thin Mac comes for a hefty price and budget buyers still prefer to stick to the MacBook Pro or the MacBook Air. What if you could at least get the same sound on the erstwhile models as on the latest MacBook? The biggest benefit here is the sounds ensures that the laptop is perfectly plugged in to the power source too!
To start with make sure you have a latest version of the Yosemite (10.10.3 or more) installed on the MacBook Pro or the MacBook Air. Next, open the Terminal after having accessed it from Applications/Utilities option. Unplug the MacBook in case it is on charge.
Follow this up by copy-pasting the command- defaults write com.apple.PowerChime ChimeOnAllHardware -bool true; open /System/Library/CoreServices/PowerChime.app & into the available Terminal. After this step, press return key. Now try connecting the laptop to the power source. Gear up to hear the 12 incher Macbook sound of chime you so adore. In order to wash the sound off; enter the command-