A less expensive model of Apple's Professional Show XDR may very well be in improvement


Apple's Pro Display XDR costs a small fortune, but is more aimed at professionals who may appreciate such features than normal consumers looking for a new monitor. However, if you are ready to finalize your Apple setup, there may be some good news in this regard.

Based on a report from Bloomberg, they learned that there is a chance Apple might actually develop a cheaper monitor for customers. This monitor would be more of a real successor to Apple's Thunderbolt display, which the company discontinued in 2016. This means it may be priced around the $ 1,000 mark, or at least we hope so.

The report says this will be geared towards ordinary consumers rather than professionals, and that brightness and contrast ratio will be different from the Pro Display XDR. This doesn't mean it's a bad or boring looking monitor, but rather a regular monitor that other manufacturers may sell, rather than a monitor that specializes in editing, rendering videos or photos. and so on.

The bad news, however, is that the report claims that this monitor is only in "early development" which means there is a good chance it won't come out this year so we just need to be patient for now.

Saved in Apple Gadgets Rumors. Read more about displays and monitors. Source: Bloomberg


Katherine Clark