Apple will stop making Thunderbolt Display




Apple stops making his monitor Thunderbolt Display. The monitor has been since the end of 2011 in sales. Apple has announced a successor for his monitor, all the rumors going about that for years.

The American company still sells the existing stock and the product will not return, said Apple in a statement to The Verge. That could take a while: Apple is selling the 27 “monitor for 1149 euros or $ 999, a price that has gone up since the end of 2011. The price at release was 999..

The manufacturer introduced the Thunderbolt Display to succeed the Cinema Display in July 2011. The name comes from the Thunderbolt support in the monitor. Further, the display includes three USB 2.0 ports, FireWire 800, one Gigabit Ethernet port and a MagSafe cable for the screen according to Apple was “the ultimate docking for Mac notebooks. The screens have integrated webcams and a 2.1 speaker system. The manufacturer provides the display of an optional VESA mount.

It is unknown whether Apple will announce a successor of the monitor. There was a rumor earlier this month that the successor an integrated GPU going to get. This new monitor would also four times as many pixels: 5160×2880 pixels, instead of 2560×1440 pixels.


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