Apple Studio Display

Apple introduced the $1,599 Apple Studio Display, a new monitor designed to complement the new Mac Studio and provide a lower-resolution alternative to the Pro Display XDR.

At the Apple event on March 8, 2022, the company unveiled the Apple Studio Display, the first display since the Pro Display XDR was introduced with the Mac Pro in 2019. As previously rumored, the new display comes with its own Apple Silicon processor with the A13 Bionic inside.

The Apple Studio Display is designed to match the new Mac Studio, offering what Apple calls a “narrow bezel full-screen design.” It’s a 27-inch and 218-pixel-per-inch 5K Retina display.

Apple unveils 27-inch Apple Studio Display with 5K, speakers, camera

“This Studio Display is in a class of its own,” said Nicole Kordes, Mac Engineering Project Manager. “It has incredible features that no other desktop monitor can provide. It provides an integrated experience that Mac users love.”

“The Studio Display has a large screen with a 27-inch active area for a total of 14.7 million pixels at 218 pixels per inch, making it a 5k Retina display,” she continued. “And with 600 nits of brightness, p3 wide color gamut and support for over 1 billion colors. It brings images to life with amazing detail.”

The monitor also features TrueTone and “an industry-leading anti-reflective coating for better comfort and readability.” It features Apple’s nano-textured glass option, and the stand design allows tilting up to 30 degrees.

Let’s start with the design. Studio monitors feature a narrow-bezel full-screen design. The all-aluminum housing packs an advanced set of features in a slim profile, and the stand lets you tilt the monitor up to 30 degrees.

Apple unveils 27-inch Apple Studio Display with 5K, speakers, camera

The Studio Display also includes a high-fidelity six-speaker sound system, which Apple says is “the best sound system ever built for a Mac.” It features a studio-quality three-microphone array “with an exceptionally low noise floor for crystal-clear calls and recordings”.

These speakers also support spatial audio with Dolby Atmos.

The display has a 12mp camera built into it, which means the new Apple Studio Display supports Center Stage.

For connectivity, the new Studio Display features three USB-C ports supporting up to 10Gb/s and a Thunderbolt port. That Thunderbolt port can supply 96W of power to the MacBook Pro. Connect up to three Studio monitors to your MacBook Pro

Apple unveils 27-inch Apple Studio Display with 5K, speakers, camera

Apple Studio Display for $1,599. It’s available to order now and will be available starting March 18.

Developed under the internal codename J327, the Apple Studio Display is now Apple’s second professional monitor. Pro Display XDR can still be used for high-end professional work.

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By Mr John

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