Don’t worry too much about it for these reasons.
It has brought to Apple MacBook users’ attention the confusing and alerting error or not seeing the charging icon on the MacBook like the usual, which is making a fuss online. But don’t fret though, for this plight is just one of the results that Apple has received from building the Battery Health Management Feature.
This feature is said to preserve the life battery and pause its charging for any calibration purposes. Apple has noted that:
Depending on its settings, your Mac might temporarily pause charging to help calibrate battery health management, a feature designed to improve the lifespan of your battery.Apple
The company also highlighted that when the Battery Health Management is activated, you won’t see the charging symbol for the charge level will be lowered. The charging will resume once deactivated.
When battery health management is turned on, you might occasionally see “Not Charging” in the battery status menu of your Mac, and your battery’s maximum charge level might be lowered temporarily. This is normal, and it’s how battery health management optimizes charging. Your Mac resumes charging to 100 percent depending on your usage.Apple
The Battery Health Management feature is available on Macs that have Thunderbolt 3 ports and that run macOS Catalina or later. This option aims to enhance MacBook’s battery life by decreasing the amount of time that the battery spends at its maximum charge.
Battery Health Management is actually enabled by default but has the option to be turned off by checking the settings in the Energy Saver section of the System Preferences app.
Aside from this reason for getting the “Not Charging” warning, it might be that MacBook isn’t getting enough power to charge the battery. In these situations, they recommend users to follow the steps on how to resolve it.
The MacBook Pro 2020
The MacBook Pro 13-inch 2020 is arguably the most in-demand laptop, offering power and performance above previous MacBooks without demanding a higher price tag than the 16-inch MacBook Pro. Apple has to keep the price accessible, while also offering specific performance and features for the creative professionals.
Apple sticks to its signature exterior of pure aluminum with the variety of either Silver or Space Gray colors. The dimensions are roughly the same with its predecessors at 11.97 x 8.36 x 0.61-inches (304.1 x 212.4 x 156mm) but slightly thicker, having a depth of 0.59-inches (149mm). It’s also slightly heavier at 3.1 pounds (1.4kg) but the difference won’t be too noticeable for it’s still reasonably light for a pro laptop.
It’s not only the portability and sophisticated design where MacBooks have traditionally fared a lot better than their Windows 10 competitors, but also its battery life. Having a 58 watt-hour battery promises a 10 hours battery life. Apple has boosted its RAM speed, which helps give the new 13-inch MacBook Pro a noticeable performance increase. Apple has also doubled the capacity of the entry-level MacBook Pro 13-inch to 256GB.