Bloomberg reporter Mark Gurman talks about the fact that the new Apple monitor, which will come after Apple’s famous 32-inch Display XDR monitor with a price of $ 5,000, will be more affordable. In the latest Power On news release, it was stated that Apple’s next monitor will be half the price of the Pro Display XDR model.
Gurman also says he hopes the monitor will launch in 2022. Gurman previously stated that the cost of making this monitor, which is LED-backlit but does not use mini-LED technology, is likely to come down. With a few tweaks and perhaps a slight drop in brightness, it’s thought Apple could pull a similar quality, slightly smaller size monitor for half the price.
Apple is reportedly working on some smaller 24- and 27-inch displays along with the successor to the Pro Display XDR. My 27-inch model could also use an A13 Bionic chip and Apple’s Neural Engine to speed up learning tasks. Apple had to abandon its claim of far beyond HDR for the current Pro Display XDR model, and was ridiculed by display expert Vincent Teoh for comparing it to a professional Sony reference monitor.