Apple released a new round of software updates this week for iPhone, iPad, Mac, and more. Now it’s the Studio Display’s turn for Mac users running macOS 13.3 beta.
Apple Studio Display 16.4 is available for monitors connected to Macs running this week’s macOS pre-release.
Apple provides no release notes for this update, but previous firmware releases have focused on improving the built-in camera’s Center Stage mode. This allows the ultra wide camera to follow a subject or multiple subjects in a frame by zooming in to certain parts of the full view.
The update could also be a run-of-the-mill bug fix release. No noticeable changes are present to my eyes when viewing Center Stage mode. We should expect to see release notes describing the update once macOS 13.3 beta is released out of beta.
For now, macOS beta testers with Apple Studio Display can look for the update in the Settings app under Software Updates when using the monitor. The update weighs in at 641.4 MB and takes just under 10 minutes to complete after download.