Got an Apple Cinema display and a couple of Macs lying around? Want them to all work together? No problem, Kanex's latest accessory, the SnapX two-port switcher has got you covered.
Apple's new Thunderbolt Display is kind of like when the Power Rangers upgraded to Thunderzords from Dinozords—they're still just Zords (er, a display), but now with more Thunder-y power. Er, right.
Well this is weird: Apple's gone and leaked one of its own products. MacRumors points out this image of a Lion-backgrounded Cinema Display that showed up today on Apple's website, along with a shot of two daisy-chained displays.
Some 24-inch and 27-inch Apple Cinema Displays owners are experiencing distracting flicker when connected to a MacBook Pro via the new Thunderbolt port.
Philips has quite an exciting announcement for home cinema fans at its IFA press conference today—it's upgrading its 21:9 Cinema display with Full HD 3D capabilities.
Based on a tweet by Macworld's Jason Snell, it seems that Apple's 24-inch and 30-inch Cinema Displays may be discontinued after the new 27-inch versions hit stores. Updated.
Faster iMacs, more powerful Mac Pros, larger Cinema Displays, a Magic Trackpad, and a nifty battery charger were among the Apple product announcements today. Here's a rundown of what you need to know:
Up until now, 24" was all the LED Cinema Display you were allowed. Apple's newer 27"-sized monitor has a resolution of 2560 x 1440, and now costs $999—which is 100 bucks more than the 24" model.
Coming to an Apple Store near you: this thing, that I am completely in love with. It's called the BackPack, and it clips onto the back of new iMac and Cinema Displays, creating an instant shelf for, you know, things.
That's what this careless person is doing by leaving this old Apple monitor on the street, since it's probably going to a dump, where all the toxins inside like lead will leak out. Which kills bunnies.
Most Mac users looking for a nice, budget monitor will ignore Apple's Cinema Displays for monitors by Dell or other major manufacturers. But these third party monitors don't feature mini DisplayPorts.
Retailers trying to replenish their stock of Apple's only normal-sized display are now being told something to the effect of "NO, JESUS CHRIST, NO MORE 20" DISPLAYS, OK?" This, of course, created rumors.
We know that Samsung makes a fine LCD, whether it be a computer display or an HDTV, and this new P2370L looks no different: LED backlight, 16.5mm-thin, 1080p resolution, all for $400.
Aside from the actual speculated products, the big news surrounding the Apple Macworld keynote was that Steve Jobs would be out sick. But as I refreshed the Gizmodo liveblog, I wondered, did it matter?