Display Firmware 4.2.37
- Addresses an issue where in-field calibration settings are not applied when using Pro Display XDR Calibrator.
Requires macOS 10.15.6 or later.
Display Firmware 4.2.30
Display Firmware 3.3.23
Display Firmware 2.2.2
Check the firmware version
To check the firmware version of your Pro Display XDR, press and hold the Option key on your keyboard while choosing Apple menu > System Information from the menu bar, then click Graphics/Displays. In the Pro Display XDR section, the firmware version is listed next to Display Firmware Version.
Update the firmware
After you install the macOS version required by the firmware update, your Mac downloads the update within 24 hours. When your Mac is ready to install the firmware update, you may be prompted to restart to apply the update, and your screen might be black for a few minutes during installation.
If you select Not Now in the update prompt or notice that reference modes are missing from the presets menu, you might need to reconnect your display to power. Make sure that you're logged in to a user account in macOS, disconnect your display from power for 30 seconds, then reconnect your display to power.
Check your settings
For the firmware update to download, turn on these settings:
- In macOS Ventura or later, choose Apple menu > System Settings, click General in the sidebar, then click Software Update on the right. Click the info button next to Automatic Updates, then make sure that “Install Security Responses and System files” and “Install macOS updates” are turned on.
- In earlier versions of macOS, choose Apple menu > System Preferences, then click Software Update. Click Advanced, then make sure that “Install system data files and security updates” and “Install macOS updates” are selected.