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Apple’s 27-inch ProMotion display could debut in the first half of 2023

An expert with a history of correct predictions says that Apple will introduce a new external screen during the first 3 months of 2023.

Ross Young tweeted to his most devoted fans that Apple has “pushed” the release of the display to the first quarter of 2023. Based on context, we can assume that when Young says “first quarter of 2023,” he means the three months beginning in January and ending in March.

From what we can tell, the screen is a 27-inch 5K mini-LED type. It’ll be compatible with Apple’s ProMotion technology, which can dynamically modify the refresh rate based on the current situation and go as much as 120Hz.

Young had originally anticipated that Apple would unveil the display at WWDC in June; however, he stated in May that the debut would have to be pushed back until October due to delays in the design process.

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It appears that Apple is likewise unable to fulfill the October target, and Young speculates that the corporation is now shooting for 2023. Apple has been experiencing supply limitations for many of its goods, including Macs and its screens, and into 2022, which may explain the slowdown.

In terms of cost, you should anticipate something more expensive, but comparable to the Apple Studio Display, which begins at a price of $1,599. The bigger and far more costly 6K Pro Display XDR will not be replaced by the newly released display.

Apple’s most recent freestanding display is called the Studio Display, and it features a high-resolution 5K LCD display along with a built-in webcam, audio system, and microphones array. It has a compact aluminum frame and is very lightweight. The Mac Studio, which retails for $1,999, was released alongside the Studio Display, which has a starting price of $1,599.