That's why an incorrect date is displayed
- Your Mac was very not in use for a long time and may have degraded the onboard battery due to a deep discharge.
- You have disabled the location service so the auto time setting will not work.
- The time zone was not detected correctly or she was not changed back after a trip.
Of course, there are other ways to misplace time, which we will not list here at all.
How to Fix a Time Error on the Mac (Wrong Date, Wrong Date) Time)
First, make sure your Mac is connected to the Internet. Then click on the Apple logo in the upper left corner of the screen in the menu bar and then select "System Preferences". Open Settings for Date & Time.
Check whether there is a tick in the "Date & Time" tab before "Automatically set date and time". If it is not set, you should do it now. Now click on "Time Zone" and check here if the check mark in front of "Set time zone automatically based on location" is set. If not, then set the hook.
Now check the time at the top of the screen in the menu bar. Click to also check the current date. If everything is correct, then you can leave the system settings. Otherwise, reboot