The 2021 MacBook Pro was presented just a half year prior, but various clients appear to be encountering sound issues. All the more explicitly, they whine about the speakers snapping and popping when there’s any solid result being played.
Various protests can be found on the Apple Community gathering and furthermore on Reddit. The issue, as depicted by the impacted clients, happens arbitrarily when there’s a melody, video, or any sound playing on the MacBook. The popping sound turns out to be more observable when the volume level is high or has high-pitch sounds.
A 9to5Mac peruser sent us a video showing the sound issue on a 14-inch MacBook Pro, and it is certainly perceptible. A portion of the impacted clients accept that the issue is a product bug, as Apple has supplanted their machines but the bug has endured.
A Reddit client supported this hypothesis by saying that the issues can be briefly fixed in the wake of killing the macOS interaction “coreaudiod” by going to the Activity Monitor application. A few clients guarantee that the issues vanished subsequent to introducing macOS 12.3, however different clients are as yet encountering snapping speakers.
Now, Apple is yet to recognize that there’s an issue with the 2021 MacBook Pro, whether it’s an equipment or programming glitch.