Despite arguments on its survival, the UltraFine 4K Display has been the only Monitor selling through Apple’s website. On May 21, Apple rebranded the UltraFine 4k display monitor by adding a Thunderbolt 3 port to its back. With these, you can now attach an additional monitor as well as a thunderbolt 3 external drive to the Monitor. But that if you want to. Made in partnership with LG, the cost of the 23.7 inch model is the same as the previous 21.5 inch model at $699.
Seen on Apple’s Blog, the product revival was noticed when Apple starts displaying unlisted on its online store. The branded version however just arrived following the removal of the 21.5 inch model from the Apple’s U.S website and equally when the company stopped selling out the Pricier 5K Variant of the LG UltraFine. These moves however, had once led to the thought and believe that Apple was actually planning to reveal its 31.6 inch 6K display monitor that was earlier trending online and in the news.
6K Monitor – What’s up?
Will re-branding LG UltraFine 4k Display gives an insight about the then rumor 6k monitor? Don’t Know. But it is expected that you and I might not get any updates concerning the 6k Monitor soonest, most especially as Apple is planning to wrap up its much awaited Mac Pro Redesign. Ooops, Apple is preparing for its WWDC in June, so perhaps you might actually get to see Apple’s 6k Monitor or its new high-end desktop machine. Get Ready!