California: Apple analyst Ming-Chi Kuo has detailed his latest expectations from the iPhone maker and if past history is anything to go by, these expectations too will take the shape of reality.
According to the analyst, Apple will release a 31.6-inch 6K display that will feature mini LED-like backlight design.
This is in line with the statement made by Apple’s Senior Vice President of Worldwide Marketing, Phil Schiller, in 2017 that the company is working on a new screen alongside the new Mac Pro, MacRumours reported.
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The new monitor is described by Kuo as a ‘6k3k’ display. Apple exited the monitor business in 2016 with the Thunderbolt Display.
If Schiller’s earlier statement is anything to go by, the upcoming display will be the ‘highest-end, high-throughput desktop system, designed for the demanding Pro customers.’