Apple Stores Are Quietly Selling A New $700 23.7-inch LG UltraFine Display

Lately, the supply of LG UltraFine 4K and 5K displays on Apple's online stores and Apple retail stores has been unstable and sold out, which leads many to speculate that Apple may release a new ultra high-end 6K display at this year's WWDC, along with the much-anticipated modular Mac Pro...

Well, it turns out to be Apple is quietly selling a new $700 23.7-inch LG UltraFine display in their retail stores. However, there is no listing on Apple's online store currently, according to TidBIT:
To my surprise, an employee told me I should consider forgoing the 21.5-inch model. Why? “Because we have a larger LG display for the same price.” Laid out for me on the floor were boxes for the two monitors—including the 23.7-inch version that had seemingly come from nowhere.
The newly released display measures 23.7 inches, which make it sets between the 4K 21.5" and 5K 27" displays, nevertheless, no visual design changes apart from the size, but they did add one extra Thunderbolt 3 Ports behind the display. As usual, you can use the display for your Mac and 2019 iPad Pro devices.

The display's resolution, on the other hand, believed to be 3360x1890, as opposed to the 4096x2304 resolution of the smaller 21.5-inch UltraFine 4K offers, so technically, it should be considered as Ultra HD display rather than 4K, though the display is said to be brighter than other LG displays.

We will keep you updated once more information is getting out.

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