South Korean brand LG It will return next month with its 27-inch Ultrafine 5K external display. According to the report received Mac Rumor has it that the LG UltraFine 5K display has not been discontinued and is still in production.
Display is currently out of stock due to component shortage and high demand. LG expects the Ultrafine 5K to return to stock on its website within the next month, with availability to other retailers likely to improve at the same time, the company confirmed, according to the report.
Apple has teamed up with LG to create the Ultrafine 5K display, which has almost the same panel as the 27-inch 5K iMac, which features Thunderbolt connections, with closer integration. Mac operating systemAnd a standard 5120 by 2880 resolution for retina scaling on a Mac, which has become an accessible option for many Mac users in recent years.
Immediately after the announcement Studio displayApple has delisted a 27-inch Ultrafine 5K display from the Apple Store The American tech giant has chosen to stop selling Ultrafine 5K, probably because of the similarity with the studio display.
The Ultrafine 5K has almost the same 27-inch 5K panel with P3 wide color, built-in speakers, a built-in camera, a single Thunderbolt port capable of charging a MacBook and three USB-C ports, but at $ 1,299 for one, the Studio Display Cheaper than $ 300.
According to the outlet, the studio display adds a slim aluminum design, extra 100 net brightness and center stage functionality, but does not come with a height-adjustable stand as standard.
The younger sibling of the Apple Ultrafine 5K, the 23.7-inch Ultrafine 4K display is set to sell for $ 699.