Here’s Apple Pro Display XDR Mac compatibility, is your iMac, MacBook, Mac mini model compatible or supported by the new Apple display? Find out here.

Apple’s Pro Display XDR is now available for order and it’s the first time Apple has released a new monitor in some time.

It’s a very high specification display, as shown by its starting price of $5,000. It’s a costly machine, that’s for sure.,But if you have a Mac that is capable of powering it, you’ll be rewarded by a stunning image.

That said, this being the latest and greatest monitor it needs quite a specific round of things in order to work. As a result, it can only be used with Macs running macOS Catalina 10.15.2.

Oh, and they have to be on a small list of devices.

Those Macs include:

  • Mac Pro (2019) with MPX Module GPUs
  • 16-inch MacBook Pro (2019)
  • 15-inch MacBook Pro (2018 and later)
  • 21.5-inch iMac (2019)
  • 27-inch iMac (2019)
  • Any Mac model with Thunderbolt 3 ports paired with Blackmagic eGPU or Blackmagic eGPU Pro

If you have one of those Macs, congratulations. You can pick yourself up a new $5,000 monitor. But don’t forget you’ll probably need that $1,000 display stand, too.

There is obviously no arguing that this is an exorbitantly expensive display, and is by far and away more than what the vast majority of people need. Apple probably won’t sell a ton of these things, but anyone who does buy one will surely be pleased with their purchase.

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