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The Pro Display XDR is a high-resolution computer monitor designed and marketed by Apple Inc. It was announced on June 3 at the 2019 Worldwide Developers Conference and released on December 10, 2019, succeeding the Apple Thunderbolt Display.



6K Pro Display XDR Tested with Macs, Windows PCs, & more!

“Believing is seeing.”
          — Apple Inc.

Instead of the HDMI or DisplayPort, it is connected with Thunderbolt 3. It supports 6K and XDR (Extreme Display Rate). It also works with Windows PCs, iPhones and iPads. It can be tilted to display in Portrait Mode with the Pro Stand. It requires a Pro Stand or VESA Mount Adapter to use. It has one Thunderbolt 3 port for the Mac to plug in, and acts as a hub for 3 USB-C ports. It shares the "Cheese Grater" Design of the 3rd generation Mac Pro on its backside. The optional nano-textured glass for reduced glare adds US$1000 to the list price.


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