Apple recently released the 16-inch MacBook Pro with an all-new magic keyboard and improved specs. Surprisingly, multiple users reported experiencing a lot of issues with the bigger premium laptop from the Cupertino tech giant. While the issues no longer include the vulnerable butterfly keyboard switches or overheating, a report claims that these are recurring issues that have plagued previous notebooks from Apple.

The recently released 16-inch MacBook Pro from Apple is reportedly plagued with a couple of major issues, as reported by Macrumors and Apple Insider. One is the consistent popping or clicking sounds coming from the speaker system of the unit. The other issue reported by users is still related to the audio and is the same as the clipping noise one would get when the sound reaches a bit too high on the unit’s speaker system.

Several reports claimed that sources close to the company revealed that Apple is aware of these issues about the 16-inch MacBook Pro. However, at the time of this writing, we have not heard from the Cupertino tech giant about its position on the matter. To give you the complete picture of one of the issues, here is what user StONE_ROdGEr has to say as reported by Macrumors:

Received my 16" yesterday. After some playing around last night and today I've noticed a potential issue I'd like to compare. When using the launch pad and moving between apps, the display seems to have ghosting - its not smoothly transitioning between each page of apps. Ive noticed the same thing for stuff like text when scrolling, its blurry until you stop still. Has anyone else noticed this at all. I'm using the 16" MBP as is. I do have a 165hz monitor that I am used to, however I use an older 15" 2012 at work and this doesn't display the same thing I've noticed here :/

In addition to the two issues mentioned earlier, the 16-inch MacBook Pro is reportedly suffering from display ghosting issues. It appears that after paying a hefty amount of cash for the premium, Apple laptop, which is known to be the greatest Mac ever made, users are still complaining about slow screen response time. This results in ‘ghosting,' which is more noticeable when scrolling through text.

Some users are not really bothered by the issues they are currently experiencing with their 16-inch MacBook Pro, but some already returned their purchased units and had them exchanged with new ones, reports wccftech. Undoubtedly, Apple will release a statement about these issues affecting its 16-inch MacBook Pro one of these days.