Apple's new Pro Display XDR monitor means the company's return to the market for external monitors, which points directly to the extra market and sybarite. However, caution is in such detail and requires a computer at height That is able to move all their pixels. What are Mac compatible? Because there are many models besides the Mac Pro.
Apple Pro Display XDR compatible with only a few Macs currently available on the market. This is because computers have to move multiple pixels and other graphic services to these 6K resolution screens on a 32-inch panel.
Mac is compatible with Apple Pro Display XDR
The fact that only a few Mac models can use the Pro Display XDR display isn't entirely true, in fact there's another option to connect the eGPU to any Mac to make it compatible with the screen. However, let's look below requirements of each model
- 2019 Mac Pro
- MacBook Pro 15 "from 2018 or older
- 16 ”MacBook Pro 2019
- 21.5 "Mac from 2019
- iMac 27 "from 2019
- Any Mac with Thunderbolt 3 connected to Blackmagic GPU or Blackmagic to GPU Pro
Strange The iMac Pro does not appear anywhere on Apple's official website. Can't move Apple Pro Display XDR monitoring? The fact is that I have some doubts, it's a 2017 model even though it has more than enough power to move 6K resolutions. Maybe it's a reference to the support page or maybe it's not directly related.
Via | Apple