LG’s 27-inch UltraFine 5K external display hasn’t been discontinued and will be back in stock next month, LG told wall street journal,
LG said it may have discontinued the LG UltraFine 5K display after speculation that most major retailers run out of stock, LG reported. wall street journal That UltraFine 5K is still in production and hasn’t been discontinued. The display is currently out of stock due to component shortage and high demand. LG expects the Ultrafine 5K to be back in stock on its website as soon as next month, with availability at other retailers likely improving around the same time.
Apple worked with LG to develop the UltraFine 5K display, which has a nearly identical panel as the 27-inch 5K iMac, with Thunderbolt connectivity, closer integration with macOS, and the ideal 5120 by 2880 resolution for Retina scaling on Macs. This is the go-to option for many Mac users in recent years.
Following the Studio Display announcement, Apple removed the 27-inch UltraFine 5K display from the Apple Store. Apple probably chose to stop selling the UltraFine 5K because of its similarity to the studio display. The UltraFine 5K has a nearly identical 27-inch 5K panel with P3 Wide Color, built-in speakers, a built-in camera, a single Thunderbolt port capable of charging a MacBook, and three USB-C ports, but with one Priced at $1,299, $300 cheaper than for the Studio Display.
The Studio Display includes a slim aluminum design, additional 100 nits of brightness, and center stage functionality, but doesn’t come with a height-adjustable stand as standard. Apple continues to sell the UltraFine 5K’s smaller brother, the 23.7-inch UltraFine 4K display, for $699.
Studio Display’s review was released earlier today to largely negative feedback, but it’s rumored that Apple will be launching a more high-end 27-inch “Studio Display Pro” with Mini-LED technology later this year. is planning.