During their event yesterday, Apple not only announced the new MacBook Pro and the launch of a new TV app for the Apple TV, iPhone, and iPad, but also revealed their new display for that new MacBook pro.

Those displays are the LG UltraFine 5K and the UltraFine 4K, which Apple said they worked with LG with the design.

The 27-inch version of the UltraFine (5K)  features a massive 5,120 x 2,880-pixel resolution, but if that’s too much, there is another 21.5-inch version (the UltraFine 4K), which features a lesser, but also decent 4,096 x 2,304-pixel resolution.

It has been designed to provide you with that great screen size and resolution when your laptop screen isn’t enough, but they can also charge the MacBook Pro, deliver audio and video and work alongside the display to provide three more USB-C ports, all via a single cord to the MacBook.

The UltraFine 4K will be available for $700 and the UltraFine 5K will be available for $1,300 and they will ship between November – December.

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