The 15.5.1 update fixes issues where music could stop playing on Apple's HomePod or the Siri speaker may lose its deep bass after a short time.
A fix for the Studio Display webcam woes (firmware update 15.5) will be released separately instead of requiring a complete macOS update, Apple has confirmed.
Some people are reporting issues with enjoying Dolby Atmos audio on their Apple TVs, like cutouts and choppiness. Apple's yet to comment or provide a fix.
Is Apple's Music app overtaking another app's position in your iPhone's dock, even setting itself as the default music service for Siri requests? If so, you're not alone!
The second beta of Apple's upcoming Studio Display firmware appears to boost webcam quality but visual improvements aren't as pronounced as in beta 1.
Apple has released a beta version of the firmware update 15.5 which includes a fix for the widely panned quality problems with the Studio Display web camera.
Apple has launched a free repair program for an issue where the display on a small number of Apple Watch Series 6 units may go blank permanently. Here's how to determine if your device is affected and whether you're eligible for a free repair.
In its initial Studio Display teardown, the repair site iFixit has concluded that there's nothing terribly wrong with camera hardware. That's good news because it indicates Apple should indeed be able to fix camera performance in software.
If you're having problems with Mac displays, you're not alone—Apple's macOS Monterey 12.3 update is in fact causing a range of issues with external monitors.
For some, Apple's macOS Monterey 12.3 update breaks compatibility with third-party game controllers such as Xbox, PlayStation DualShock, Nimbus and more.
Some people are reporting seeing various Mac installation errors when attempting to update their computer to Apple's new macOS Monterey 12.3 software.
Early reviews have singled out unexpected quality problems with the Studio Display webcam, but Apple says a software fix is coming soon.