The Studio Display Apple has borrowed the 12-megapixel front-facing camera found in its iPad lineup for the Studio Display, which is powered by the A13 Bionic chipset to reduce noise and enable Centre-Stage. The latter automatically zooms and pans to ensure you’re in the middle of the frame – even if you’re moving around the room during your video call. This works with Apple’s FaceTime, as well as popular third-party options, like Zoom and Google Meet. The Studio Display can fast-charge a MacBook Pro with the built-in USB-C port.
Apple has included six speakers, which enable support for its Spatial Audio feature. There’s also a three-microphone array that Apple says will provide “studio-quality” input.
Mac Studio is available to buy from the Apple Store today, starting from £1,999 and maxing out at £7,999 for the model fitted with an M1 Ultra with 64-core GPU, 128GB of unified RAM, and an 8TB SSD. The first computers will begin to ship on March 18, 2022.
Published at Tue, 08 Mar 2022 19:39:29 +0000