Pro Display XDR is another top of the line product recently launched by Apple. However, the price is much higher than expected, because many Apple fans are looking for an affordable Display. Though it doesn’t mean, spending thousands of bucks on Pro Display XDR is not worthy. If you are looking to upgrade the PC, and have a good budget, then nothing is better than Pro Display XDR. After all, an astonishing 6K Retina display with exceptional 1600nits of brightness is likely to cause display issues.
Not to mention but there is always a solution to Mac Displays like Pro Display XDR, it’s just that how cleverly you can handle the problems. Till date, Pro Display XDR is the best display that is just made to fulfill the desire of every person that includes customizing resolution, reference modes, calibration and more. I bet, this piece of a machine will increase your level of work with its efficiency.
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Tips to Dim Apple Pro Display XDR when Appears Too Brighter
If your Pro Display XDR appears brighter than expected then, there is nothing to worry about. Making a few tweaks you can control the brightness of your display. Besides, it will also fix the common issue as Pro Display XDR brightness increases automatically.
- Click on Apple logo appear on the top-left side corner.
- Select System Preferences.
- Go to Displays.
- Locate and disable True Tone. [Get here, how to disable true tone on Pro Display XDR]
- Next, disable “Automatically adjust brightness”.
- Lastly, set the desired brightness level.
That’s It! Now you can restart the display and verify if Pro Display XDR is brighter than expected is fixed or still persists.
If it does, then you need to make an appointment to the nearest Apple Store, and let them examine the machine and fix the brightness issues of Pro Display XDR.
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