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Sharp 4K Display Posted and Removed on European Apple Online Store

The incident of posting an ad of Sharp 4K display in European Apple Online Store and being deleted within a short period of time is hinting for new things to come

Dec 9 2013, 3:06am CST | by

Sharp 4K Display Posted and Removed on European Apple Online Store
Photo Credit: Sharp

According to Cnet, just after posting Sharp 4K display in the European Online Store for a short period of time, Apple removed the posting.

The situation is indicating that new things are going to be revealed by Apple store very soon.

Cnet states that on Friday, different news agency, including IDG News, reported that Apple is selling Sharp 4K Display on its European online store. However, Mac Rumor reported yesterday that the product has been removed from the website.

The disappeared display is known as the 32-inch PN-K321, which is equipped with 3,840x2,160 4K Ultra HD display constructed with Sharp’s IGZO technology. It also includes 1.07 billion color palette, 350 cd/m2 brightness and a contrast ratio of 800:1.

The new Retina MacBook Pro can work with a 4K display. The upcoming Mac Pro also supports the 4K display.

Many reports state that the new Mac Pro has geared up the necessity of having an ultra-high-resolution display, for which Apple is required to contact with reputed professionals.

 

 

 
 
 


Ehsanul Haque Kanan is covering consumer electronics with passion. He is especially an avid follower of all things Apple.

 

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