Apple plans to release a new 27-inch display with a Mini LED backlight in October of this year, according to display industry analyst Ross Young. This is because the production of display products was delayed as a result of the epidemic in Shanghai.
It has been reported that Apple supplier Quanta is moving monitor production to different locations, which will push back the launch of the new monitors from the WWDC in June to somewhere around October.
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Ross Young has accurately predicted that the sixth-generation iPad mini will have an 8.3-inch display and that the 14-inch and 16-inch MacBook Pro models will support ProMotion, so this Apple 27-inch Mini LED display is also highly credible. high.
It is also very likely that this 27-inch monitor will support a variable refresh rate of 120Hz. Its positioning is anticipated to be between the Studio Display and the Pro Display XDR monitors. This is due to the fact that the monitor utilizes a high-end Mini LED screen.
There are also rumors that the current Apple Studio Display can be purchased for 11,499 yuan ($1,718.06), whereas the Pro Display XDR can be purchased for a starting price of 39,999 yuan ($5,976.24). These devices can be purchased right now from the official online store of Apple in China.