In a recent report by display industry supply chain analyst Ross Young, it has been revealed that Apple has canceled the much-awaited 27-inch version of its new display. This display was initially planned to feature a mini-LED screen and a 120Hz ProMotion variable refresh rate, generating excitement among users.
While previous reports suggested that Apple encountered difficulties during the development stage, leading to delays in the display’s progress, Young’s latest report does not mention these issues. Instead, it states that Apple has decided to cancel the new display altogether.
Currently, Apple offers the Pro Display XDR and Studio Display to its customers. These displays have been known for their exceptional performance and high-end features. However, with mini-LED and variable refresh rates becoming increasingly popular in recent years, many users have been eagerly anticipating updates to Apple’s display lineup that would offer improved color accuracy and smoother visual experiences.
Unfortunately, it seems that those looking forward to such updates will have to wait even longer. The cancellation does not necessarily mean that Apple will never release a similar product in the future, but it does suggest that users will need to be patient.
For creators, a 120Hz refresh rate has become essential, and it is unlikely that Apple would want to miss out on this trend. However, given the global economic slowdown and its impact on the tech giant, it is unclear whether these factors have played a role in Apple’s decision to cancel the new display for now. As a result, fans and professionals alike will have to keep an eye on future developments in Apple’s display technology.