Apple's mini-LED display delayed until early next year

According to Display Supply Chain Consultants (DSCC) analyst Ross Young, Apple is planning to launch a 27-inch mini-LED screen external display in the first quarter of 2023. In a tweet shared with fans, Young said that Apple has delayed the display's launch until the first quarter of 2023.

Young revealed in July that Apple plans to launch a mini-LED display sometime in early 2023. Young initially expected Apple to unveil the collection at WWDC in June but said in May that the event had to be pushed back to October due to design issues, though Young believes the company is now targeting a 2023 launch of the display.

Throughout 2022, Apple has been dealing with tight supply issues for various products, including Macs and their monitors, which may be the reason for the delay.

It is said that Apple's upcoming display will use mini-LED technology, while supporting ProMotion, providing a refresh rate of up to 120Hz. The device isn't expected to directly replace the Pro Display XDR, a larger 6K display. Instead, the new display will be similar to the Apple Studio Display, a 27-inch 5K monitor.

With support for ProMotion and mini-LED technology, the rumored 27-inch monitor is expected to be more expensive than the Studio Display, which starts at $11,499.

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