The presence of Apple Mac Studio is not alone. To complete it, Apple released the Studio Display monitor. What are the features of this latest Apple monitor?
Features of Apple Studio Display
In the design sector, Apple Studio Display adopted the iMac design. At first glance it looks similar to the Apple Pro Display XDR monitor but is slimmer.
This monitor comes with a 27-inch retina display panel. The screen resolution is 5K 5120 x 2880 pixels with a brightness level of up to 600 nits. Apple Studio Display supports the DCI-P3 color gamut. To maintain color accuracy on the screen, Apple embeds its flagship True Tone technology. True Tone screen technology is supported by a sensor that can automatically adjust the color temperature of the screen according to the lighting conditions in the room.
The display panel is available with two options. Standard option with the usual anti-reflective coating. The second option is a matte screen panel that uses a special layer of material called nano-texture glass. This material is claimed to have less reflection and no glare.
Apple Studio Display is powered by the Apple A13 Bionic chipset. This chipset serves to support a series of features that it brings. Like a 12 megapixel FaceTime camera with support for the Center Stage feature, three microphones and six integrated speakers that support the Spatial Audio feature.
To suit user needs, Apple Studio Display is available with standard stand and flexible stand options. Unlike the standard stand, this stand can be adjusted in terms of tilt and height. Option with VESA Mount is also available.
Apple Studio Display Price
Apple Studio Display will be available starting March 2022. Apple Studio Display prices start at US$1599. It’s cheaper than the Apple Pro Display XDR, which starts at US$4999. So, you could say the Apple Studio Display is the cheapest monitor made by Apple at the moment.