Apple’s Studio Display also works with a PC, but some options are Mac-only

In its last keynote, Apple lifted the curtain on Mac Studio, an ultra-powerful computer powered by the M1 Ultra chip. Starting at 2,299 euros, the computer was designed primarily for creative people who do video editing or image editing.

To accompany this box, Apple also announced the Studio Display with 5K display, available starting at 1749 Euros. The company also sells a print covered with nano-textured glass for 1999 euros.

Studio Display is compatible with PCs, but some options require macOS

The accessory stands out as the ideal display to accompany a Mac Studio. Apple’s screen “Works great with Mac laptops and desktops from Macbook Pro to MacBook Air, Mac Pro and Mac mini”.

Asked by MacRumors, Apple claims that the Studio Display screen is also compatible with computers running Windows. According to the brand possible to connect the display to any PC and use it as an external monitor.

But unsurprisingly, the experience won’t be as rich as connecting the display to a Mac. According to Apple, some of the display’s flagship features require the use of a macOS machine.

For example, it will I can’t summon Siri, Apple’s Mac-less voice assistant. Some options dedicated to the screen will also not be available. This situation true tone. Also available on iPhone and iPad, this technology adjusts the color and intensity of the screen according to the ambient light.

Finally, Centered Frame Nor will it be found if you have a PC. This option uses algorithms to keep you in the middle of the picture during a FaceTime video call. Windows users still have access to the display’s impressive 6-speaker hardware, and that’s good news.

Source: MacRumors

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