Even a stand for Apple’s 32-inch, $ 5,000 Pro Display XDR is famously expensive, but his next external monitor could be more reasonable, according to Bloomberg reporter Mark Gurman. In his latest On newsletter, said Apple’s next external monitor “is destined to be roughly half as low as the Pro Display XDR.”
Gourmet also said he “hopes” it will be launched in 2022, so it’s not clear if it’s from an informed source. He previously said that the cost of making that monitor (which uses LED backlighting but not mini-LED technology) is likely to be reduced, and with a few adjustments and perhaps a slight drop in brightness, Apple could come up with a monitor of similar quality (in a slightly smaller size) at perhaps about half the price. “
Apple is reportedly working on some smaller 24- and 27-inch screens along with a successor to the Pro Display XDR, as well 9to5Mac prominent. The latter could use the A13 Bionic chip and Apple’s Neural Engine to speed up learning tasks. The apple was forced to reject his claim “far above HDR” for the current Pro Display XDR model and ridiculed by display experts Vincent Theoch for comparison with a professional Sony reference monitor.
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