Apple Announces New Studio Display

Apple Announces New Studio Display

Rounding out today's Apple announcements is the new Studio Display, offering professional-level image quality for users of just about any Mac model. Let's take a look.

Apple Studio Display

The Apple Studio Display offers high-quality imagery paired with features like a built-in camera and audio that make it a natural complement to Mac computers. Its features include:

  • Slim, all-aluminum design
  • Built-in stand with up to 30 degrees of tilt
  • Tilt- and height-adjustable stand option
  • VESA mount adapter option with portrait orientation support
  • 27-inch 5K Retina display with over 14.7 million pixels
  • 600 nits of brightness 
  • P3 wide color
  • True Tone technology
  • Anti-reflective coating
  • Nano-texture glass option for significantly reduced glare in bright workspaces
  • 12-megapixel Ultra Wide camera with Center Stage
  • A13 Bionic chip
  • Three-microphone array
  • Six speakers with four force-canceling woofers for reduced distortion
  • Spatial Audio support 
  • Dolby Atmos support
  • Three USB-C ports with speeds up to 10 Gbps
  • Thunderbolt port with 96 watts of power delivery

The new Studio Display is available today starting at $1,599 for the base model and $1,899 for the Nano-texture glass model. 

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Jim Tincher's picture

If you saw the Apple Event today does anyone else think the hype over the built-in speakers to be a bit ridiculous?

Michael Kuszla's picture

As it's nearly impossible to calibrate an M1 laptop for now, I think that will be a nightmare also on this display.
By the way, for the price I prefer to have a look to Eizo, BenQ or Azus to have better color rendition, a wide range of important color profile (such as Pantone, aRVB, Profoto, ProFot, ...)

I do not need an embed cam as I am using a real camera.
I do not need a 5K display as I need 1 to 1 pixel rendition as designer.
I do not need marketing and geeky stuff but a performer for years.

My Eizo have now 13 years, and his connected via and displayPort to USB-c cable to my MacBook Pro M1 Max (yet it's not 4k, does not have modern video rpofile but works with 99% of aRGB and full Pantone / CMYK profile from the industry).
I can't imagine an Apple Display doing the same in 13 years.

Stefan Warter's picture

Two Apple Cinema Displays 30´,bought in April 2007, still working fine without any problems. 15 Years.!!!

Michael Kuszla's picture

Cinema displays were like gems. I agree. Love them.
Unfortunately this new dislpay is more a geek display than a pro display. Not as the past Cinema Display.