As part of a recent event, Apple presented a very interesting display with the sales label Studio Display. This is actually a 27-inch or 68.6cm monitor with a thin aluminum chassis, support for 5K resolution, up to 600 threads of brightness, support for a P3 wide color palette and over a billion colors. The built-in stand allows the user to tilt the screen up to 30 degrees, and the screen also has a built-in Apple A13 Bionic chip, which takes care of advanced camera and audio functions. The Apple Studio Display has three USB-C ports and a Thunderbolt 4 port that provides 96W of power flow to charge your MacBook Air or MacBook Pro.
What’s particularly interesting about the Apple Studio Display is that its device code is tagged with 15.4 (build 19E241). This is the same version that iOS 15.4 and iPadOS 15.4 are based on. In addition, the novelty includes a mobile processor Apple A13 Bionic. This is also available in conjunction with the iPhone 11 and iPhone SE 2020 family of smartphones and 8th generation iPad tablets. The processor manages the function of the ultra-wide 12-megapixel webcam.
In practical terms, this means that the advanced Apple Studio Display is actually an iPhone smartphone or iPad tablet with a larger screen. Of course, not all options are available here, so the screen has a specific purpose. On the other hand, the display is more likely to receive the same upgrades as Apple’s mobile devices.