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Apple releases Pro Display XDR 32-inch 6K monitor and Pro Stand!

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Apple has just announced the Pro Display XDR 32-inch 6K retina professional monitor along with the Pro Stand that is sold separately!
Apple releases Pro Display XDR 32-inch 6K monitor and Pro Stand!2019: Apple announces USD 999 Monitor stand for 32-inch 6K Retina Monitor!
Apple Pro Display XDR with Pro Stand

Apple Pro Display XDR Monitor and Pro Stand Coming soon!

Large 32-inch display
Large 32-inch display

At WWDC 2019, Apple has just announced the Pro Display XDR (Extreme Dynamic Range) 32-inch IPS Retina 6K display with a resolution of 6016 x 3384 with 218 ppi at up to 60Hz refresh rate. It comes with an aspect ratio of 16:9 with a brightness of 1000 nits at full screen with an insane 1,000,000:1 contrast ratio while supporting the P3 wide color gamut and 10-bit color. 

It comes in two options: Standard Glass and Nano-Texture Glass (Reduced Glare)

The Cupertino company also boasts the incredible high fidelity color and contrast that is maintained at almost all viewing angle.
Four USB Type-C Thunderbolt 3 ports!
Four USB Type-C Thunderbolt 3 ports!

In true Apple fashion, it only has four (4) USB-C Thunderbolt 3 ports and the Power-in port. It measures at 28.3 x 16.2 x 1.1 inches with a weight of 7.48 kg.
USD 999 Pro Stand is sold separately
USD 999 Pro Stand is sold separately

The monitor is sold without a stand or mounting option so Apple is offering a Pro Stand and a Vesa Mount Adapter that are sold separately. 
USD 199 Vesa mount adapter is also sold separately
USD 199 Vesa mount adapter is also sold separately

Price and availability

Pro Display XDR with Standard Glass: USD 4,999 or around PHP 259,000
Pro Display XDR with Nano Texture Glass: USD 5,999 or around PHP 311,000
Pro Stand: USD 999 or around PHP 52,000
Vesa Mount Adapter: USD 199 or around PHP 10,500

The display and accessories will be available in the US this fall. There is no word yet on local availability and pricing. We will update this article should there be more information.

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Source: Apple
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