Turns sale Apple Thunderbolt Display

Apple has officially announced the termination of production of 27-inch monitor Thunderbolt Display, which hasn’t been updated since 2011. Now through the Apple Online Store sell the remains for $1,000 apiece, and new supplies will be no more.

Apple has officially announced the termination of production of 27-inch monitor Thunderbolt Display, which hasn’t been updated since 2011. Now through the Apple Online Store sell the remains for $1,000 apiece, and new supplies will be no more. In a conversation with TechCrunch, the company’s representatives never hinted at the preparation of a new model, but rumors claim that the cupertinos are working on a 5K display with integrated graphics, the monitor can be connected to any model of Mac.

Rumor has it that the new display will debut in the fall. This year Apple has also planned a major upgrade to its MacBook Pro line — instead of a series of function keys in laptops will appear OLED panel, the case will become even thinner, and for connecting peripherals you will use the ports of the USB Type-C.

Source: TechCrunch