Apple Is Still Working On A 27-Inch mini-LED Display, Analyst Claims

Following a report saying that Apple has canned plans to launch a 27-inch mini-LED display with ProMotion support another analyst has today said that isn’t the case. The display is still alive and kicking.

Yesterday saw display analyst Ross Young report that the display was at least on hold, but could be revived in the future after months of previous delays.

Now, supply chain analyst Ming-Chi Kuo says that Apple is still working on that product and that it could debut next year.

Writing on Twitter Kuo said that the mini-LED display was “slated for mass production in 2024 or early 2025,” adding that it will have “all the features one would expect from a high-end monitor.”

Apple’s rumored monitor is thought to be 27 inches while also using mini-LED technology for improved colors with a brighter image. It’s also thought to have support for 120Hz ProMotion, a feature that allows the refresh rate to be ramped up when fast-moving content is displayed. The refresh rate can then be slowed when such motion isn’t present.

If Apple is indeed going to launch the 27-inch mini-LED monitor in 2024 or early 2025 it’s possible that Young’s report could still have been partially accurate, with the product still so far away from release that it could appear to have been canceled. It’s also possible that we will see yet further delays for a product that has been in the news cycle for months.

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