Apple is rumored to be testing a new “Apple Studio Display” with a greater resolution than the Pro Display XDR, according to 9toMac.
Apple Studio Display Specifications
It’s unclear whether the new Apple Studio Display is a replacement for the Pro Display XDR or a whole new choice in the portfolio. However, sources close to the situation tell 9to5Mac that the new display had a resolution of 7K.
The Pro Display XDR, by comparison, features a 32-inch 6K (6016 x 3384) display with a pixel density of 218 ppi. Because of the greater resolution, the new Apple Studio Display will have a pixel density of 245 ppi, or it will have the same 218 ppi as the Pro Display XDR but with a screen size of 36 inches.
According to 9to5Mac, Apple has been testing a display with an A13 processor called “J327.” The Apple Studio Display is the same model J327, indicating that Apple is still working on a discrete display using its A series of processors.
According to Bloomberg’s Mark Gurman, Apple wants to release a slew of new Macs by 2022, including a detachable display half the price of the Pro Display XDR geared at the typical user. Previously, Apple’s “Cinema Display” product line was available in a number of sizes. As a result, it shouldn’t come as a surprise if the corporation offers two or more screen alternatives to its clients once more.
It is not clear what plans to launch the new Apple Studio Display, but the company will hold a special event on March 8. Most likely Apple will introduce the new iPhone SE 3 and Mac at this event.
It’s unclear when the new Apple Studio Display will be released, but the company will conduct a special event on March 8. At this event, Apple is most likely to unveil the new iPhone SE 3 and Mac.