Apple briefly posted a Sharp 4K monitor for sale on its European online stores, then removed it. Could this herald 4K displays from Apple?
The phantom Sharp display is the 32-inch PN-K321.
The new Mac Pro has fueled speculation that Apple will have to meet the need from professionals for an ultra-high-resolution display.
Apple’s current 27-inch Thunderbolt display is good for resolutions up to 2,560×1,440 pixels.
This development follows Dell’s introduction of a 24-inch 4K display that will retail for $3,499.
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