32 inch 6K Retina Apple Pro Display XDR

In addition to its new modular Mac Pro, Apple introduced the new monitor model in WWDC 219. Here’s what you need to know about Apple Pro Display XDR;

The new monitor with a design that complements the Apple Mac Pro is among the best and most advanced models the market has ever seen. With a resolution of 6K (6016 x 3384 pixels) on a 32-inch LCD panel, the monitor features incredibly thin frames. The monitor that supports the P3 color gamut is completely calibrated from the factory. The Pro Display XDR has a full range of 1000 nits of full-screen brightness (up to a maximum of 1,600). Supported by HDR, the monitor delivers the sound of 1,000,000: 1 contrast. This value means pretty deep blacks. The aluminum frame with a specially designed aluminum housing to keep the back cool is also available in pivoted or vertical mode. In order to cope with the reflected light according to Apple’s description, Pro Display XDR has a pioneering, anti-reflection coating in the industry. You can also choose a new and innovative mat, nano-texture, where the glass is processed at the nanometer level for a low reflection rate and less glare.

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Phil Schiller, Apple’s Worldwide Marketing Vice President, commented on the monitor. Pro Display XDR perfectly complements the world’s best professional display and brand new Mac Pro. With its Retina 6K resolution, superb colors, incredible brightness and contrast ratio, and functional design, the Pro Display XDR features the most comprehensive features available at this price point for any display.

Apple Pro Display XDR looks really amazing

The model costs $ 5,000. For the nano-coated model, $ 6,000 must be given. The model’s legs are also sold separately. The price is really amazing, the monitor does not appeal to normal users. In this respect, the price of the model is very suitable for the professional market. The monitor is on sale in the fall.

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