Apple's stunning Pro Display XDR hits new low after $500 discount

Apple’s stunning Pro Display XDR hits new low after $500 discount


Apple Pro Display XDR
Get both the standard and nano-texture glass models for less.
Photo: Apple

Apple’s stunning Pro Display XDR is now slightly more affordable after B&H Photo slashed $500 off the usual price. The discount applies to the standard glass model, which features a 32-inch 6K display.

Those who want the same display with nano-texture glass should order from Amazon, which is offering the same $500 discount on that model. These are by far the biggest discounts we’ve seen so far.

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Pro Display XDR is Apple’s biggest, most spectacular monitor to date. It has an incredible 1,000,000:1 contrast ratio, supports the P3 color gamut and Extreme Dynamic Range, and hits 1,600 nits of brightness.

If things like color accuracy and picture quality are important to you, Pro Display XDR is one of the best screens money can buy. And for a limited time only, you can get yours for $500 less.

Save $500 on Apple Pro Display XDR

B&H Photo has reduced the standard glass model to $4,499 — a full $500 off its usual price. Add an official Pro Stand and the price increases to $5,498 with the same $500 saving.

The same display with nano-texture glass, which provides a matte finish that significantly reduces glare, is available on Amazon for $5,499 — down from $5,999 — without the Pro Stand.

Both models offer Thunderbolt 3 and USB-C connectivity and an aluminum design that looks right at home alongside any Mac. These discounts won’t last long, so enjoy them while you can!

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