Apple Releases New Calibration Tool for Pro Display XDR

Apple Pro Display XDR Monitor

One of the best monitors that we can find in the market to get the most out of the Mac Pro is the Pro Display XDR, a monitor that is not exactly cheap. To get the most out of it and enjoy the best viewing experience, Apple has released a new firmware update.

The firmware version is number 4.2.30, a small update that offers minor stability improvements. However, the main novelty is the new calibration tool, a tool that allows more advanced users to enjoy an additional calibration to the existing one.

As Apple points out, all Pro Display XDR are factory calibrated to provide the highest color accuracyHowever, different calibration options are also included so that the user can adapt it to their needs.

Each Pro Display XDR undergoes a state-of-the-art factory screen calibration process on the assembly line to ensure the accuracy of the P3 wide color panel and individual backlight LEDs.

Additionally, the factory calibration process enables sophisticated built-in algorithms to accurately reproduce a variety of color spaces used by today’s media workflows, including sRGB, BT.601, BT.709, and even P3-ST.2084 (HDR).

The factory screen calibration process allows Pro Display XDR users to enjoy an exceptional viewing experience right out of the box. If your workflow requires a custom calibration, you can fine-tune your Pro Display XDR’s calibration, or recalibrate it for a fine-tuned workflow with a third-party spectroradiometer.

This update It is now available, so if you are one of the lucky ones who enjoys this fantastic monitor, and you need to modify the settings it offers, it is already taking time to download it.