Apple Studio Display

Apple Studio Display is Actually Real for all those that are still doubting apple’s latest product. Recently, Apple announced its latest display at its March event, the studio display, which offers a new option for creative pros and home users alike.

Apple Studio Display

Apple Studio Display Review

The 27-inch 5K display, that was meant to pair with the new Mac Studio but also be used for any Mac device, comes at a price of $1,599 (£1,499 / AU$2,499) – but at least this one comes with a stand (and even configurable, at least in the US).

The display is expected to come with an A13 Bionic chip inside, a built in 12MP ultrawide camera from the iPad (with center stage support), P3 color gamut coverage with 10-bit color depth, 600-nit brightness, and a three-mic array built in, and a six-speaker sound system that comes with spatial audio support.

In tons of ways, this is almost like they took the iPad Pro and made it a 27-inch display and pushed it specs up to 11, and it includes a 5K resolution with 448 pixels per inch density that is as dense as you can get and still be perceivable by the human eye.

The monitor is accommodated with three USB Type-C ports and a thunderbolt port that is able to carry about 96W of power, far more than enough to fast-charge a 14-inch MacBook Pro.

Apple Studio Display Price

Also, you would be offered the option of getting the display in the standard anti-reflective coating or with a nano texture glass option, with the latter bumping the price up to $1,899 (£1,749 / AU$2,999).

In the United States, you would be offered the option of going with the tilt-adjustable stand or VESA wall-mount for the same starting price depending on the kind of glass you get with the display, or getting a stand that tilts both and offers height adjustment for an added price of $300 / £400 / AU$600.


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