Illustrations Issue: 2016 MacBook Pro 13" w/Touch Bar

Unit: Late 2016 MacBook Pro 13" w/Touch Bar (Processor: 2.9GHz Intel Core i5; Memory: 8GB 2133 MHz LPDDR3; Graphics: Intel Iris Graphics 550 1536 MB; macOS Sierra Version 10.12.1)

Portrayal: In full screen method of Microsoft Powerpoint, the screen flashes occasionally. It doesn't seem to influence the working of the application. Looks fundamentally the same as a portion of the issues I've been seeing recordings of with the 2016 MacBook Pro 15". I have not seen the issue with some other applications starting at yet, yet I have just had my PC for 7 days and I don't utilize a large portion of the photograph/altering applications. In the event that PowerPoint can bring about the GPU to experience issues, I speculate that any genuine media altering applications will likewise trigger this issue. I have incorporated two or three screenshots from a video I took of the issue, which demonstrates the show amid one of the fast flashes of the screen. I have affirmed this illustrations issue on two separate PCs, them two 2016 MacBook Pro 13" w/Touch Bar. It appears that the current dialog writes just highlight illustrations issues with the 15", which is the reason I felt I ought to highlight this issue particularly with regards to the 13" display.

Trust this gets fathomed later on - purchase AppleCare and stay tuned for Apple's reaction to this continuous issue.

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I would strongly recommend you visit an Apple Store and show them what you have discovered. You may need to open a ticket with Microsoft as well here as their app may have issues.

Sadly, this is not the forum to post software related issues as we mostly focus on hardware issues and just limit out selves to the very basic OS issues.

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