Users who have recently ventured to acquire the Apple Studio Display, the new monitor from the Cupertino company that has left us with many curiosities since its presentation and which has generated, as almost always at Apple, a bitter controversy over its price , is revolutionizing networks because of what seems to be an inappropriate product of North American society.
Early “analysis” suggests that the Apple Studio Display falls far short of the quality offered by previous Apple monitors,
Not only on the price are all complaints centered, Some of the analysts who were unable to notify product errors due to the information embargo that they are subject to if they want to have this type of Apple products, began to grow as soon as the opening of the ban. The first example is Jason Snell, who shares many bug notifications, in which we surprisingly see how the Apple Studio Display seems to stop or restart due to software errors, which would be extremely annoying while we are working.
Oh now that I'm no longer under embargo, enjoy this message I got last week! pic.twitter.com/M19z0xEUBG
— Jason Snell (@jsnell) March 17, 2022
According to its code, the screen runs iOS 15.4, so it looks like in essence we’re dealing with an iPhone 11 with a giant screen.
For its part, Javier Lacort, Comrade Xataka, share the photo at the top of this article on your Twitter account in which we can see that the Apple Studio Display is light years away from the Pro Display XDR launched years ago, especially in terms of the representation of blacks and contrast, not to mention the lack of 120Hz refresh rate. In short, the Appe Studio Display doesn’t offer any features or functions that monitors don’t offer for a third of the final price.
Nothing unexpected, but I’m amazed at the low price of $1,800 for something without miniLEDs or 120hz. It’s a very nice mid-range monitor with the convenience of a built-in webcam and speakers… and that’s it. pic.twitter.com/9aDWd8ENFT
— Javier Lacort (@jlacort) March 17, 2022