According to a document from an authorized service provider, "When you play music in Final Cut Pro X, Logic Pro X, QuickTime Player, Music, Movies, or other applications, you will hear pop noise from the speakers when you stop playing." Yes, the issue is under investigation and will be resolved with a software update, so we are instructing you not to repair or replace.
It has been reported in Apple user forums and Reddit that pop noise problems can also occur when playing music, as well as sound playback in web browsers such as Safari and Chrome. For example, when playing YouTube on Safari browser, it has been reported that noise occurs even when fast-forwarding with the right cursor key (that is, sound playback stops for a moment) during video playback. In some cases, it has been reported that the sound of popping noise and click noise is generated during sound playback.
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Even if you say pop noise in a bite, there are many possible causes. Apple does not mention the cause of noise in the document, but because it is said that it can be solved by software update, the cause is not a physical part such as circuit configuration and speakers, but it is dealt with by correcting software such as audio driver, for example It seems to be possible.
In any case, there is no need to rush to the Apple Store just because you hear a popping sound when you play (end) your 16-inch MacBook Pro.
Apple has not made an official announcement regarding this issue.