Apple has shared a new support document detailing a warning symbol that shows up when the screen is too hot, leading to reduced screen brightness on the MacBook Pro with Liquid Retina XDR Display or the Pro Display XDR. The company warns that MacBook Pro and Pro Display XDR screens may lose brightness when temperatures exceed 25 degrees.
The Apple Pro Display XDR and MacBook Pro 2021 have a caution icon on the Control Center menu bar that indicates the display is under low-power mode and is "using limited brightness." It has been found, Apple warns, that these products' screens are affected by room temperatures exceeding 77 degrees Fahrenheit, or 25 degrees Celsius, especially if "you've been watching very bright content for prolonged periods of time. " Brightness may be automatically reduced to prevent overheating in these situations.
For restoring normal performance, the company recommends lowering the room temperature (obviously) and closing applications with HDR content as well. The following steps should be taken if these steps are not possible, or for more severe situations, Apple recommends putting the computer to sleep for 5-10 minutes to reduce the screen temperature.
An extended period of bright content playing in a high-temperature room can cause this effect. You can lower the room's temperature and temporarily put a Mac to sleep to allow it to cool if you see the warning.
The company advises users with this problem to contact Apple Support if the room's ambient temperature remains under 77 degrees Fahrenheit.
Quality And Useful Products As Customer Satisfaction Is Our Top Most Priority
We Offer free Delivery When Order Placed Before 3PM
Receive 30 Days Money Back Seller Warranty With Easy Return System
Pay Using Most Secured Payment Methods With End To End Encryption