New update for the Studio Display monitor
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New update for the Studio Display monitor

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The installation happens as for updates of Mac, iPhone or iPad.

The Studio Display has just received a new version of its software dedicated to correcting a bug on the sound side . Some users have indeed complained, in recent days, of speakers rendered temporarily inoperative. Apple had since confirmed the problem, assuring that its origin was software and adding that the quality of the stream or the fast playback of videos were also impacted.

To remedy this, Cupertino has therefore begun to deploy version 15.5 of the operating system intended for the Studio Display. Numbered 19F80, it requires macOS Monterey 12.4 on the Mac associated with the screen, which can be connected with a Thunderbolt 4 cable thanks to the four USB-C ports on the back of the device.

How is the update going?

First, check which version of OS for Studio Display is installed on your monitor:

  1. go to the Apple menu 
  2. click About This Mac
  3. click System Report
  4. click Video Cards/Monitors

Your Studio Display’s OS version will then appear next to Display Firmware Version in the Studio Display section of the window.

Then, from your Mac, here is the procedure to follow:

  1. go to the Apple menu 
  2. click on System Preferences
  3. click on Software Update
  4. click on Update 
  5. when the update is ready, you will be offered to Restart : do it without unplugging the Studio Display

Already several incidents for the Studio Display

If since its release in stores the Studio Display has been acclaimed by critics, this does not mean that the use of the screen has proven to be easy for its first buyers. Indeed, many have already testified to a camera whose image quality is questionable . Here too, Apple tried to calm things down with a corrective update.

With this, the updates got their feet wet last April. But this would not prevent the manufacturer from preparing a second version of the monitor for us, this time with a more imposing diagonal of perhaps 27 inches, reminiscent of the supposed abandonment of the large iMac…

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