Apple announced a new 32-inch 6K Retina display with advanced HDR viewing capabilities. Called the Pro Display XDR, the new LCD monitor features a 6,016 x 3,384 resolution display and 20 million pixels, while its enhanced HDR capability makes it capable of reproducing extreme brightness and contrast alongside deep blacks.
The design isn’t just for looks. Apple finally has a stand that supports rotation into portrait mode, and the cheese grater-style vents on the back help it stay cool and quiet. There’s logically Thunderbolt 3 on the back, and you can daisy chain up to six of the panels on the new Mac Pro. That’s about 120 million pixels, if you’re counting.
The Pro Display XDR arrives in the fall, though. It’ll start at $4,999, and a model with the nano-texture glass will cost you $5,999. Apple is pitching this as a lower-cost alternative to reference grade monitors that normally cost tens of thousands of dollars, rather than something you’d buy for everyday use.