Apple reportedly out of the standalone monitor business

Apple reportedly out of the standalone monitor business after discontinuing Thunderbolt Display, introducing LG partnership

If you’re holding out for an Apple-branded 4K or 5K standalone display, you should probably stop waiting. Apple is reportedly out of the standalone display business for good, according to The Verge’s Nilay Patel…
During yesterday’s MacBook event, Apple co-signed two new LG displays, and it worked together with the Korean company to make sure that the displays meet the needs of Apple customers and worth well with Macs.

The two new LG displays, which will be available later this year, feature Thunderbolt 3 connectivity for an easy one-cable-solution for new MacBook owners. Apple will sell both displays, a 4K model for $699.95 and a 5K model for $1299.95, on its online store.

LG UltraFine 5K Display
$1,299.95

http://www.apple.com/shop/produc ... 5k-display?fnode=8a

LG UltraFine 4K Display
$699.95

http://www.apple.com/shop/produc ... 4k-display?fnode=8a

LG UltraFine 5K 顯示器  HK$9,998
http://www.apple.com/hk-zh/shop/ ... A%E5%99%A8?fnode=8a

LG UltraFine 4K 顯示器   HK$5,378
http://www.apple.com/hk-zh/shop/ ... A%E5%99%A8?fnode=4c

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回覆 3# mygirls

mac pro 咁多年都冇出新,可能想將macbook pro replace mac pro。

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唔知可否用DisplayPort Alternate Mode on USB-C, 然後用2條cable connect 去Mac Pro

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