Together with the Mac Pro, which is estimated to cost up to 50,000 dollars, Apple also presented a new monitor at WWDC 2019. The Apple Pro Display XDR is 32-inch and offers a resolution of 6,016 x 3,384 pixels. The price is 5,000 dollars, an optional stand that makes the display appear „virtually weightless“ costs 1,000 dollars.
XDR instead of HDR
The name extension „XDR“ or „Extreme Dynamic Range“ is an extension of High Dynamic Range (HDR). The permanent brightness of the display is thus 1000 cd/m², individual areas can reach a punctual maximum brightness of even 1,600 cd/m². The contrast ratio is 1,000,000:1. Apple delivers the 10-bit display with factory calibrated color settings. The DCI-P3 color space is completely covered. Unfortunately the display offers only 60 Hz refresh rate.

The front is completely covered with glass and has 9 mm wide edges. Apple has also applied an anti-reflection coating that makes it easy to work in strong light sources and sunlight. As an option...

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