Apple has removed the 27-inch LG UltraFine 5K monitor that was previously the go-to option for Mac users for external monitors from its online store after the launch of Studio Display.


LG and Apple have worked on screen together, promising close integration with macOS. The UltraFine 5K display features a wide 5K color P3 display with 500 nits of brightness and a Thunderbolt 3 port capable of charging a Mac.

After announcing a studio demo this week, Apple has removed the UltraFine 5K monitor from its online store, and is now only listing a 23.7-inch UltraFine 4K monitor starting at $699. LG’s website also lists the UltraFine 5K display as sold out, and it’s not entirely clear if the display will be restocked anytime soon.

The UltraFine 5K monitor retails for $1,299, compared to a starting price of $1,599 for Apple’s studio monitor. Studio Display went live for pre-order this week and will be available on March 18th. Learn more about Apple’s latest display with our roundup.

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