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Apple teases new LG 5K display that connects to MacBook Pro with single power/data cable

Apple discontinued its own Thunderbolt Display earlier this year, and has been rumored to be working on a new display with LG. We didn’t expect a launch of the new display today, but Apple teased the device at its press event in Cupertino.  The new display is called the LG Ultra 5K display. It appeared … Continue reading “Apple teases new LG 5K display that connects to MacBook Pro with single power/data cable”

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Apple discontinued its own Thunderbolt Display earlier this year, and has been rumored to be working on a new display with LG. We didn’t expect a launch of the new display today, but Apple teased the device at its press event in Cupertino. 

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The new display is called the LG Ultra 5K display. It appeared to be around 27 inches, like the old Apple display. It has microphones, at least one camera, speakers. It features three USB-C Thunderbolt ports. And a single USB-C cable to the new MacBook Pro provides both data and power. 

We’ll have more on this once we get more spec, pricing, and availability information on the new displays.

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