Some owners of the new Studio Display are experiencing problems when trying to update Apple’s latest monitors to their latest firmware, which has caused some customers to have their display repaired by Apple Support at an Apple Store or an authorized repair center. may be asked to bring.

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a growing thread on the Apple Support Forum (1, 2) includes Studio Display owners who report that when they try to update the display, they are being presented with an error message that reads “The Apple Studio Display firmware update could not be completed . Try again in an hour. If the problem persists, contact an authorized Apple service provider.” According to users on the thread, reconnecting the display to another Mac and/or restarting the monitor does not solve the problem.

on user MacRumors Forum Have been reporting similar problems, with some being asked by Apple Support to bring in their displays for repair. Apple’s Studio Display runs iOS, and users can update it via System Preferences on macOS.

After reviews of poor webcam quality, Apple has promised a new update in the future that addresses poor camera quality. The same update may include a patch for an issue users are experiencing when trying to update Studio Display.

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