Apple recently unveiled its new Studio Display monitor, a 27-inch display that is pretty much under the Pro Display XDR model.

Apple uses a flat screen with bezel edges around the four corners with a thin body made of aluminum like the previous iMin 24inch. It also comes with a stand that can adjust the angle of 30 degrees, and if users want a vertical leg that can adjust the height up and down, Apple has added an external sale.

Studio Display has a 27-inch display with a resolution of up to 5K with a maximum brightness of 600 nits, full P3 color rendering, 10-bit color, True Tone support and Anti-Reflective reflection. .

The new monitor also comes with an A13 Bionic chip to support the camera and its sound system. As for the camera, it comes with a 12MP Ultrawide lens like the iPad to support Center Stage. It also comes with six speakers that support Spatial Audio and Dolby Atmos technology, as well as three Studio-quality sound absorbers.

On the back of the Studio Display are three USB-C ports and a Thunderbolt port, and the monitor can transmit or charge 96W to laptops such as the MacBook Pro. Apple has finally launched the Studio Display for $ 1,599 in the US market and will be available for pre-order today.