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RIP Apple Thunderbolt Display

Apple is discontinuing its Thunderbolt Display. That means, for now, Apple is no longer in the external monitor business.
The 27-inch flat panel computer monitor has been sold by Apple since 2011, when it replaced the Apple LED Cinema Display.
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The move isn’t a complete surprise. Reports of limited supplies of the Thunderbolt Display first appeared last month, just ahead of WWDC.
In a statement, an Apple spokesperson confirmed the news, saying:

With a resolution of 2560x1440ppi, the Thunderbolt Display was one of the most coveted displays of its time.

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