Apple has recently announced the release of its new Apple Studio Display. Apple’s presentation focused mostly on the screen’s features, with minimal mention of the hardware.
This device, according to GSMArena, uses the old Apple A13 chip (iPhone 11), has 64 GB of storage, and runs iOS 15.4. Because it just has 2 GB of RAM, there’s plenty of room inside for additional features.
What makes Studio Display’s smartphone require such a powerful chipset? Apple has now added the Center Stage capability to the webcam on the smartphone. This feature was first introduced on the iPad. During a video conversation, it monitors one or more individuals and ensures that they remain in the center of the frame, even if they stand up and move about.
According to reports, the camera is having difficulties that cause the image to appear aliased. This mistake, however, will most likely be resolved by a software update.
The device’s camera contains a 12 MP sensor and an ultra-wide lens (122°). As a result, it will undoubtedly outperform a standard computer’s webcam.
The Apple A12 chip is used in the second-generation 4K Apple TV. In terms of computing power, Studio Display is clearly superior.
Apple could theoretically turn the display into a standalone Apple TV device, but whether it wants to is another story. It’s unclear which connections Studio Display supports, which may be the root of the problem.