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TechnologyApple sells refreshed version of LG's UltraFine 4K display

07:40  22 may  2019
07:40  22 may  2019 Source:   engadget.com

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Apple has today removed its online store listing for the 21.5-inch LG UltraFine 4 K Display . This is the smaller and more affordable USB-C display option at 0 compared to the 27-inch 5K version of the monitor which sells for ,300.

The only monitor Apple sells directly through its website lives on, despite questions about its survivability over the past few months. The company today resurrected the UltraFine 4 K Display , the one made in partnership with LG , as a 23.7-inch model with an additional Thunderbolt 3 port on the

Apple sells refreshed version of LG's UltraFine 4K display

Just because Apple has stopped selling the UltraFine 5K doesn't mean it has given up on LG's monitors altogether. In sync with the launch of the eight-core MacBook Pro, the company has quietly started selling a new version of LG's UltraFine 4K. The new version is lower resolution (it's 'just' 3,840 x 2,160), but it jumps from 21.5 inches to 23.7 inches and now includes two Thunderbolt 3 ports to let you daisy chain devices.

It's still a vivid screen with a 500cd/m2 brightness and DCI-P3 color support, and it will charge laptops that need up to 85W of power. You'll also find a trio of regular USB-C ports for less demanding peripherals.

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The LG UltraFine Display is a product forged from a partnership between LG and Apple . It comes in both 4 K and 5K varieties, and features USB-C The LG UltraFine 5 K Display is the de facto replacement for the Apple Thunderbolt Display . The 5K model is the flagship version of the display

Announced at the same time as the new 2016 MacBook Pros, LG ' s 21.5" UltraFine 4 K display was developed in partnership with Apple . Does the monitor fill the

The screen is available now for the same $699 as the old option. This still won't help much if you're looking for a larger Apple-approved monitor. The firm is rumored to be returning to in-house displays with a 31.6-inch 6K model sometime this year, however. If true, it might make sense for Apple to pass on a larger LG display when its own hardware would fill that gap.

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