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Apple has recently released a new firmware update for its Studio Display alongside the macOS Ventura 13.3 update. This latest update, dubbed Studio Display Firmware Update 16.4, brings some exciting new features for users who own this display.
One of the most significant additions is the ability to recalibrate the display in-field using the Pro Display Calibrator. This feature allows users to ensure that their display is always displaying accurate colors, which is essential for those who work in fields that require precise color workflows. This is done by using an in-house spectroradiometer to custom calibrate the display, which is an exciting development for users who demand the utmost accuracy from their displays.
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The update also includes minor stability improvements, which should help to ensure that the Studio Display runs smoothly and reliably. Users can easily install the firmware update by connecting their display to a Mac and going to System Preferences and clicking on Software Update.