For those who don’t know, the Apple Studio Display is a series of LCD and CRT displays manufactured and sold by Apple Computer, Inc. from 1998 to 2004. In May 2001 Apple released a 17″ Studio Display similar to the three-legged, clear plastic, ADC 15″ model but with a 1280×1024 native resolution. In January 2003, a similar 20″ model was introduced, but it was designated a Cinema Display, not a Studio Display. Apple discontinued both of these in June 2004 in favor of new models with aluminum frames. This 20th Anniversary Edition Studio Display features an all-metal body, curved design, and an ultra thin bezel. Continue reading for more pictures and information.
“To help the Studio Display stand out, we could imagine Apple outfitting the monitors with OLED panels, as opposed to the industry standard LCD display tech. This particular Anniversary Studio Display could be outfitted with a slightly curved, 27-inch OLED screen. Using proprietary wireless connectivity, the new Studio Display could seamlessly sync with a standalone Mac device like a Mac mini or Mac Pro. That would mean no HDMI or display cables needed: auditory and visual data would simply be transferred without wires,” according to iDropNews.