Apple’s new standard studio monitor doesn’t come with a polishing cloth included in the box, unlike Pro Display XDR, which provides a polishing cloth in both standard and nano models.
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On its website, Apple says only the nano-textured Studio Display will come with a polishing cloth in the box, along with the display itself and a one-meter Thunderbolt cable.

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Apple’s high-end Pro Display XDR, no matter the configuration, brings users a piece of cloth in the box. Customers who purchase a standard studio screen starting at $1,599 will need to purchase a $19 Apple polishing cloth or look elsewhere for their screen cleaning needs.

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