Apple has Unveiled a New 27-inch 5K Studio Display at Peek Performance Event

Apple has just launched their new Studio Display with 27 inch 5K resolution. Read along to know more about it.
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Photo Credit: Apple

Along with the launch of the Mac Studio desktop, Apple also unveiled the Apple Studio Display, a new addition to the company’s external display collection at its peek performance event today. This Studio Display has a screen measurement of 27 inches and a 5K resolution display. Apple is also taking care of its users’ eyes as the new Studio Display comes with the option for a nano-texture display that reduces the glare.

Design and key specifications of the Studio Display

Apple Studio Display specs
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An A13 chip is used in the Studio display to provide comprehensive integration and functions, such as powering the speaker system and a webcam that can be used with Center Stage. Along with that the new Studio Display from Apple also features an all-aluminum shell with narrow bezels and a built-in stand that can tilt up to 30 degrees. Apple is also offering a tilt-and-height adjustable stand as an add-on.

The new Studio Display from Apple also includes the webcam for video calls which is not available on the Pro Display XDR. Along with that, it comes with 12MP ultra-wide sensor which includes support for Center Stage. It is the first time when the center stage feature is available on the Mac platform.

In order to give users best in class audio experience, a three-microphone array and a six-speaker array are also included in the Studio Display, which can generate a Dolby Atmos soundscape. If we talk about connectivity options on the Studio Display then it comes with three integrated USB-C connectors and a Thunderbolt port for single-port data transfer and 96 W charging to a laptop.

Price and Availability

The Studio Display will be available for purchase on March 18th, with prices beginning at $1599 (approximately Rs. 1,20,000). Although at the moment we don’t have any idea about its launch in the Indian market.

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