On Thursday, apple’s senior vice President of marketing Phil Schiller (Phil Schiller) on one of the rare event of events at apple released 5 k of LG display, rather than the apple, at the same time shows the company’s new MacBook Pro. Apple usually doesn’t advertise other company’s products at its launch events but Schiller explained the reason for this particular aberration. Schiller said that the 5K display by LG was designed in collaboration with Apple, and keeping the new MacBook Pro in mind. The company also revealed just how many 4K and 5K external displays the new MacBook Pro models could support simultaneously.
The 27-inch LG UltraFine 5K Display, as the name suggests, comes with a screen resolution of 2880×5120 pixels, sports an IPS panel, and has been priced by the company at $1,300 (roughly Rs. 86,900).
Apart from the impressive screen resolution, the LG UltraFine 5K Display comes with one Thunderbolt 3 port and three regular USB Type-C ports. Display attached Thunderbolt cable can not only display on the screen, the contents of the MacBook Pro can also at the same time to the laptop charge power 85 w. Display the built-in stereo speakers, camera and microphone, to provide users with additional practical option.
People who are interested in a more affordable option can instead opt for LG UltraFine 4K Display, which has been priced at $700 (Rs. 46,800) and was launched by the company on Thursday. Both displays have been made available for purchase on Apple’s own website.
As to support multiple displays, apple revealed the new MacBook Pro model can support the number of external display at the same time. As a result of the existence of Thunderbolt 3 port with DisplayPort interface, new MacBook Pro 15 inch up support four 4 k external display at the same time. Further, the laptop is capable of supporting up to two 5K displays simultaneously. Due to the hardware limitations, the 13-inch version of the MacBook will not be able to support the same number of displays as the 15-inch version of the laptop – it can support up to two 4K displays simultaneously, and one 5K display.
The new 13-inch MacBook Pro comes with an Intel Iris GPU, compared with the Radeon Pro 400 Series Graphics present on the 15-inch version of the laptop.
of course, when it comes to the connection with multiple monitors, is one of the most key features, in addition to the external display, MacBook Pro provides support for built-in displays all the native resolution at the same time.