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Apple’s 8K monitor is coming

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Apple’s 8K monitor is coming

After the modular Mac Pro and the new iMac model, it turned out that Apple is in the process of preparing a new monitor that will attract attention. According to the recent news reports, Apple is preparing an 8K monitor. It is not expected that the ongoing monitor will be put on the market this year.



The number of 8K resolution monitors is not very large as of now. Dell’s 32-inch 8K monitor is currently sold for $ 5,000. Apple is also on the market with a 5K-screen iMac. It is possible to say that Apple’s new monitor, which will replace theĀ current Thunderbolt monitor which’s sales were stopped in June of last year, will be one of the best screens in the market. Monitor is expected to push the limits at screen resolution to a resolution of 7680 x 4320 pixels. The details of the monitor that will deliver exactly 16x of full HD resolution are not yet available. Although the sales price has not yet leaked internets, we can say that the monitor will be offered at a fairly high price if we take a look at other Apple products. In addition to the 8K monitor, Apple is also continuing its preparations for the new Mac mini computer. Expected to deliver high performance, the new Mac mini is expected to be introduced towards the end of this year. Meanwhile, there was another rumor about Apple’s next generationĀ 27-inch Retina monitor with a resolution of 5120 x 2880 pixels and with additional GPU.

Jack Goodman

Founder & CEO of BrightTitan

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