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HomeTech NewsApple may launch 27 inch Mini LED Display in Q1 2023

Apple may launch 27 inch Mini LED Display in Q1 2023

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Previously we have heard various rumors that Apple will launch the 27-inch mini LED display. Now a new rumor has started touching the feet of the market. As per the Display Supply Chain Consultants (DSCC) analyst, Ross Young, Apple is gearing up to launch a new mini LED display in the first quarter of 2023.

Ross said in a tweet shared with super followers that Apple has pushed the debut of the monitor to Q1 2023. Previously, Ross had also said the monitor will get launched in early 2023 on a podcast. However, Young also expected that Apple will unveil this monitor back in June at WWDC but later delayed until October. Still, the company seems unable to meet its October target.

Now let’s move on to the specifications of this new monitor. This 27-inch monitor will feature mini LED technology with ProMotion support. It is expected to give you a refresh rate of 120Hz. Specifications leaks are very less. And regarding its pricing and availability company has shared no information. We highly expect the company may soon share more information on its specifications, features, and availability.

Meanwhile, Apple has recently launched a new studio display which is cheaper than the Pro Display XDR. However, there are also rumors Apple plans to launch a Pro version of this studio display in June. Let’s see what the company further, plans in the coming days. Till then stay connected to us. We will keep updating you if any hot news arrives on the market.

So, what do you think when will Apple unveil its 27-inch mini LED display and about its pricing & features? Let us know down below in the comment section. Also, do mention your further queries. We will try to get back to it as soon as possible.

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