It's been a long time since Apple made a standalone display; the Apple Thunderbolt Display was discontinued in 2016. Apple tried to point customers looking for an external display at an LG 5K monitor for a while, but it was fairly buggy , leading the company to promise pro customers a high-end display of its own when it also promised to reboot the Mac Pro in 2017. And now it's here: the Pro Display XDR, part of Apple's aggressive retrenchment in the professional market with the new Mac Pro and the 16-inch MacBook Pro. (Here's our Mac Pro review and our 16-inch MacBook Pro review, if you're interested.) The Pro Display XDR is a 32-inch 6K LCD that can hit 1,600 nits of peak brightness, with 1,000 nits of sustained brightness from a full-array local dimming backlight composed of 576 special blue LEDs. It supports true 10-bit color and the full DCI-P3 color gamut, and Apple says that it can hit a million-to-one contrast ratio using certain industry-standard test patterns. These are all very impressive specs — so impressive that Apple confidently says the Pro Display XDR is the "world's best pro display." It's also so impressive that the company… Read full this story
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