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Apple To Fix Popping Sound Issue With its New 16-inch MacBook Pro

Apple has shared a memo with Apple Authorized Service Providers, saying it's a software issue and a fix is coming

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As per report, back in 2017, a small number of users reported hearing a "pinging" or "popping" noise coming from Apple MacBook Pro within the chassis during periods of heavy use. Pixabay

Apple is investigating a popping sound issue with the new 16-inch MacBook Pro and says a fix is coming, in the form of a software update.

A number of users have reported hearing “popping” or “clicking” sounds from the 16-inch MacBook Pro’s speakers since the new laptop launched in November, with customers detailing the problem in an Apple Support pages forum entry, on YouTube across social media platforms, AppleInsider reported on Friday.

Apple has now shared the following memo with Apple Authorized Service Providers, saying it’s a software issue and a fix is coming:

If a customer hears a popping sound when playback is stopped on their MacBook Pro (16-inch, 2019)

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Apple is investigating a popping sound issue with the new 16-inch MacBook Pro and says a fix is coming, in the form of a software update. Pixabay

When using Final Cut Pro X, Logic Pro X, QuickTime Player, Music, Movies, or other applications to play audio, users may hear a pop come from the speakers after playback has ended. Apple is investigating the issue. A fix is planned in future software updates.

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As per report, back in 2017, a small number of users reported hearing a “pinging” or “popping” noise coming from within the chassis during periods of heavy use. (IANS)

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Handset Maker POCO To Unveil New Smartphone “POCO X2” on February 4

As per the website, the POCO X2 will feature a high refresh rate display, liquid cooling, and, most likely, a Sony IMX 686 primary sensor

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POCO has also gone ahead and set up a dedicated website mentioning the details of the launch, which reveals a few key details about the upcoming smartphone. (Representational Image). Pixabay

Chinese handset maker POCO, which Xiaomi spinned off as a standalone brand earlier this month, is ready to launch its POCO X2 smartphone on February 4 with a high refresh rate and liquid cooling technology.

An image showing the bottom of the phone seems to suggest the POCO X2 will be similar to the Redmi K30 that Xiaomi had announced last month, Android Central reported on Monday.

POCO has also gone ahead and set up a dedicated website mentioning the details of the launch, which reveals a few key details about the upcoming smartphone.

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Chinese handset maker POCO, which Xiaomi spinned off as a standalone brand earlier this month, is ready to launch its POCO X2 smartphone on February 4 with a high refresh rate and liquid cooling technology. Wikimedia Commons

As per the website, the POCO X2 will feature a high refresh rate display, liquid cooling, and, most likely, a Sony IMX 686 primary sensor.

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While it remains to be seen if the two phones will be identical in terms of tech specs, they are likely to be very similar in most areas. On the software front, the POCO X2 is expected to run “MIUI for POCO” out of the box, based on Android 10 operatig system (OS), the report added. (IANS)