Studio Display firmware update 16.4 enables support for in-field recalibration using Apple's Pro Display Calibrator tool and an in-house radiospectrometer.
Your Mac automatically adjusts its display brightness to ensure a comfortable screen experience regardless of the lighting environment.
However, you might have encountered situations where your Mac's screen dims or brightens out seemingly at random. Not only can it be annoying, but it can also strain your eyes and make it difficult to focus on your work.
In this guide, we will go over practical solutions to prevent your iMac, MacBook Air, MacBook Pro, or the external Apple Studio Display from dimming the screen brightness or increasing it randomly.
New beta firmware for the Studio Display is available on Mac systems running the macOS Ventura 13.3 beta ahead of its public launch in a few weeks.
The stylish accessory can now also be attached to the back of Apple’s Studio Display so you can hide hard drives, cables and dongles behind the monitor.
New Apple external monitors should cover price ranges between the $1,600 Studio Display and the high-end $5,000 Pro Display XDR model.
A high-pitched Studio Display buzzing sound suggests Apple's external monitor could be over-sensitive to electrical interference.
Apple's confirmed the most recent firmware update for its $1,699 external monitor fixes intermittent Studio Display speaker issues some owners complained about.
Apple's Studio Display is absolutely not the cheapest standalone display out there, and with that there are expectations that it should not only show great images, but also have great sound thanks to the built-in speakers. However, it's not a secret that the display suffers from intermittent audio issues, including garbled sound. But, it looks like Apple is aiming to address these issues.
Learn how to solve intermittent speaker issues with your Studio Display, ranging from garbled audio to distorted sound to choppy playback and beyond.
Learn how to restart Apple Studio Display, which has no power button, in case you've encountered bugs or run into software issues after updating its firmware.
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.
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.