Apple is currently investigating the problem with the 16-inch MacBook Pro speakers, and plans to release a patch to fix it soon. This is stated in an internal document of the corporation.

It is reported that the problem in the form of clicks or slipping sounds occurs when using the software Final Cut Pro X, Logic Pro X, QuickTime, Music, Movies, and so on. According to the corporation, the problem is software-based, so it is not a warranty case and does not require replacement of the laptop or its parts.

So far, the company has not specified when the update will be released. It is also not clear what the reason is. But obviously it’s the sound engine or the audio engine driver, as the problem arises in many programs that work with sound.

Note that apple have already released the fourth beta version of MacOS Catalina 10.15.2 for developers. However, it seems that this problem has not been solved yet.

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