Last week, Apple introduced the Mac Studio and Studio Display during a special “Peek Performance” event. Customers are already getting their hands on Apple’s newest devices, while it is Friday in some nations on the other side of the planet.
Both Mac Studio and Studio Display are primarily geared toward creative professionals who edit video, images, and music.
Users can now order an Apple Silicon Mac with up to a 20-core CPU, 64-core GPU, 128GB of RAM, and 8TB of SSD – all packed inside a machine with up to six Thunderbolt connections, 10 Gigabit Ethernet, a headphone line, two USB-A connectors, and one HDMI port.
First Mac Studio and Studio Display orders arriving to customers around the world
今回の本命はStudio Display。iMac 24インチとそんな大きさ変わらないの最高じゃん！少し分厚いけど。 pic.twitter.com/d3dAFEZJba
— かずやシンスペース (@Logkazu) March 18, 2022
The Studio Display, on the other hand, utilizes an LCD panel identical to the one seen in the now-discontinued 27-inch iMac, boasting 5K resolution, a broad color gamut (DCI-P3), True Tone, and a brightness of 600 nits. It is available with a standard stand, a height-adjustable stand, or VESA support.
While the majority of consumers will have to wait until Friday to get their hands on the new goods, Apple delivered evaluation units to members of the press a few days early – and they have already released reviews of the Mac Studio and Studio Display.
Fortunately, consumers who pre-ordered the new Mac Studio and Studio Display last week are already receiving their devices. As you can see below, several consumers have uploaded photographs of their items on Twitter:
Mac Studioきた✌︎('ω'✌︎ ) pic.twitter.com/eDfTl3Zn6h
— ゆっきさん改 (@yuki333_vita) March 18, 2022
Studio Display お迎えした。まだ置き場所を作ってないし、Mac Studio が来るまでこのままかな。 pic.twitter.com/y9iySdq0S5
— ヒサ (@hisayuki) March 18, 2022