Apple is sold out of the $ 1,300 LG UltraFine 5K display, which is listed as “currently unavailable” from the online Apple Store and is not available for pickup from the Apple retail store.
The LG UltraFine 5K display is not available for purchase in the United States, Britain, Canada and Brazil, as noted 9to5Mac. Earlier when the monitor was listed as unavailable, there were longer shipping times after purchase, which suggests that there may be potential supply issues.
If supply issues are indeed at fault (and supply problems have also caused long-term shipping for Apple’s other products, such as the iMac), then the unavailability of performance is likely to be temporary. Apple has not provided details of whether the monitor is temporarily sold or not being sold, however.
Last May, the 5K LG UltraFine display was listed as unavailable from the Apple Store before being refreshed at the end of July 2019, which was a recent buyer. Apple Pro Display continues to offer XDR, but it is a more expensive display option for $ 5,000. The 4K LG Ultrafine model is also available to purchase.
The Thunderbolt 3 LG Ultrafine 5 display features 14.7 million pixels and a P3 wide color gamut with 5120 x 2880 resolution, plus built-in stereo stereo, a camera, a microphone and an adjustable stand at a price point of $ 1,300 is.