8K iMac: we need more Pixela review

Looks like someone can’t keep his mouth shut. LG Display, which produces screens for Apple’s gadgets, wrote last week that in Cupertino are preparing 8K iMac, sales of which will start already this year.

The news was posted by the South Koreans back in late March, however, the media drew attention to it just now. Immediately after the media began to reprint the information, April 7, 2015 LG retired and has deleted its press release.

It is obvious that either the manufacturer of the displays I noticed a mistake and wanted to hide it, or realized what he had blurted out…

Explain that “promised” 8K iMac would have a display with a resolution of 7680 x 4320 pixels, which is drastically higher than the resolution of current 27-inch monoblock model (5120 x 28 800).

What Apple really will release a product with such screen resolution in itself is not surprising. Much more surprising LG announced the release dates — 2015. It is very close in date to the release of the iMac 5K so hurry needs simply no, the more that the market for such vysokodispersnye panel will appear only in 2016. So you should treat the information with some degree of healthy skepticism.

Clifton Nichols

Clifton Nichols

Hi! I’m Clifton and I am a full-stack engineer with a passion for building performant and scalable applications that are beautiful and easy to use.

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