At the 2019 WWDC conference, Apple launched a new Pro Display XDR display, which is Apple’s first 32-inch 6K retina display with a peak brightness of 1600 nits and a contrast ratio of 1000000:1. Recently, there are media reports that Apple is about to launch a display that breaks through the Pro Display XDR. This display will have a built-in A13 bionic chip to improve graphics performance.
In short, adding an A13 bionic chip to the monitor is similar to a built-in graphics card for the monitor. It can help Mac improve graphics performance, and can also reduce the burden on Mac’s built-in graphics card during daily use. According to another source, Apple can also develop its own applications, which can integrate the Mac’s SoC with the display’s SoC during use to further improve graphics performance.
As early as 2016, it was reported that Apple was about to launch a display with a built-in graphics card, but until Apple launched Pro Display XDR in 2019, we did not see this display unveiled. However, there have been more revelations, so we are likely to see this display product with built-in graphics card in the near future.You can buy mobile phone batteries on oriccabattery.co.uk