Apple Announces 6K, 32-inch, $4,999 Pro Display XDR

Apple has announced a 6k display at its WWDC 2019, Apple calls it the “Pro Display XDR”, The display was announced together with a new redesigned Mac Pro which has been long awaited by fans of the Mac Pro and was overdue for a refresh. The display is made holding a 32-inch almost edge to edge LCD panel rated as a factory-calibrated 6016 x 3384 Retina 6K screen. The display’s narrow bezels stands at just 9mm. The Pro Display XDR will cost $4,999 at launch and a Pro stand accessory for the display will sell separately for $999.
Apple says the Pro Display XDR, is an acronym for “Extreme Dynamic Range”. The Pro Display XDR has P3 and 10-bit color with built-in reference modes, as well as Apple’s True Tone automatic color adjustment for ambient lighting. Comparing the Pro Display XDR with Apple’s iMac 5K display, you see that It’s 40 percent larger and has an anti-reflective coating to reduce the screen’s reflectance to make for a better viewing experience in any lighting condition. The display comes in a matte option called nanotexture. It has the same “cheese grate” styling on the back as the Mac Pro, which acts as a heat sink — The display can hold a brightness of 1,000 nits indefinitely, and peaks at 1,600 nits, Apple says.
Apple makes a specialized stand for the Pro Display XDR, the Pro Stand which has good tilt and height adjustment, a counterbalanced arm that makes the display feel “virtually weightless,” according to Apple, and also allows for the display to be rotated into portrait mode. The Pro stand has a modular design which allows the display to be detached from the stand making it portable, and also offers the option to attach to a VESA mount adaptor. Display input IO is a Thunderbolt 3 cable which the New Mac Pro can push display power for up to six displays. It’s a display specifically built for pros, and video editors and photographers who work with HDR images and footage.
The Pro Stand will be available to order in the fall, along with the Mac Pro