In the middle of this year Apple killed the Thunderbolt Display, which has raised many suspicions that we will see some Apple monitor update, specifically at the special event that took place today.
Frustrating all expectations, Apple not only announced changes to the MacBooks Pro (and no other), but also seems to have completely set aside its own monitor, releasing a "partnership" with LG and your new ones 4K and 5K monitors.
The monitor LG UltraFine 5K Display It has a 27 inch screen with 5120 × 2880 pixels resolution and a wide P3 color gamut. It has three USB-C ports downstream to connect to other devices and accessories, and a Thunderbolt 3 port that connects to 85W only to the new MacBook Pro and at the same time recharges it. It also includes a microphone, a camera and narrow speakers. It is already on the US Apple website for $ 1,300, but not yet available for purchase (scheduled for December).
The cheapest version of the monitor, the LG UltraFine 4K Display, has a 21.5 inch screen with a resolution of 4096 × 2304 pixels and the same number of ports as its larger brother, except that it has a 60W connection on the Thunderbolt 3. In addition, this model has no built-in camera or microphone, only high speakers. Unlike the other, this can now be purchased for $ 700.
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Yes, it looks like Apple's future is adapters. Last year, she brought the 12-inch MacBook with just one USB-C port, which has frustrated a lot of people. Then it removed the 3.5mm port of the new iPhones. Today, Ma unveiled its new line of MacBooks Pro, which feature only four Thunderbolt 3 ports and (at least) audio output.
To join Apple's range of USB-C adapters now available, now three more have come to their online store to fit the Thunderbolt 3 interface of the new MacBooks Pro.
The first one Thunderbolt 3 (USB-C) Adapter for Thunderbolt 2; It is already available in Brazil for R $ 330. In addition, two more USB-C chargers have been added: one of 61W for $ 450 (for the 13 ? MBP) and one of 87W for $ 550 (for the 15 ? MBP).