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27-inch iMac display 5K will be released before the end of the year
If a segment of tablets and laptops need to use the display with a high resolution of some users still being questioned, the segment of desktop computers from the increased resolution of almost no one refuses.
If you believe the latest rumors, Apple is already looking in that direction and is going to learn the Retina resolution on the desktop. As reported on Friday WitsView, in Cupertino are working on a new generation of candy bars iMac, which will get the display with a resolution of 5120 x 2880 pixels. Output model supposedly scheduled for the end of the year.
Gradually, manufacturers are increasing production volumes of displays with a resolution of 4K, but to talk about their mass invasion is too early. Especially on matrices with a resolution of 5K.
In any case, Apple is preparing to release a long time iMac display Retina. In the setting of the first test build OS X Yosemite was discovered support ultra-high resolution screens. New desktop platform is compatible with monitors 6400 x 3600 pixels. There is every reason to believe that Apple is preparing the operating system to work on models of one-piece iMac computers the next generation of ultra-high resolution screen.
Thus, in the event of an iMac display Retina, rumors of which are from 2012, the one-piece may have a resolution of 5120 x 2880 pixels, as the source says, and 6400 x 3600.
In WitsView not exclude branded monitors Apple Thunderbolt Display with ultra-high resolution. Their release is also expected this year. On the characteristics of potential new items are not reported, but we can assume that the device will receive a sleek design and interface support Thunderbolt 2.
And yet there is a high price if the Dell UltraSharp 27 Ultra HD 5K valued at $ 2500, it is unlikely that “apple” analog is cheaper.Viewing:-106
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