Apple External Display: A13 Bionic Chip and Neural Engine

TechRadar discussed some credible speculation about upcoming news concerning a new Apple external display. At first, that conversation might sound like just another advanced review of a high-end product from a giant tech company.
Apple has not made any official announcement about a new monitor at all. Naturally, the company’s secret sparks curiosity. At the same time, sources have divulged details that make it sound like the new device might push the boundaries of what most people generally think a display can do.

What’s Surprising About the New Apple External Display?

It might surprise some people that Apple’s releasing another monitor at all. In 2016, the company announced its retirement from the business of making standalone displays. However, they returned in 2019 to that market with a monitor called Pro Display XDR. Since then, industry watchers have shared speculation that Apple planned to release an upgraded replacement.
If the speculation pans out, the new device has the codename J327. Some features of a possible new monitor might include both an A13 Bionic chip and Apple’s Neural Engine. The iPhone 11 uses that same chip. Plus, the inclusion of AI suggests that the display will function as much more than a monitor for other devices. It should possess the capacity to perform its own processing.

Apple’s Limited Warranty for Monitors

As with computers and other accessories, monitor purchases will include limited warranties. These primarily focus on guaranteeing that the device arrives free from any factory defects in workmanship or parts.
Apple’s limited warranty won’t help customers pay for repairs caused by wear, power surges, or accidental bumps. Unfortunately, these warranties don’t just limit protection; they also limit the lifespan of the device.
In contrast, an extended warranty will extend both the time and the kinds of coverage. They can protect device owners from high, unexpected repair bills. Otherwise, many people who buy an advanced monitor with AI and the latest chips may struggle to even find qualified repair technicians.

Get Extended Warranties for Screens From Upsie

A high-end display deserves high-end protection. Thankfully, extended warranties for monitors and displays from Upsie don’t come with top-tier prices. Upsie warranties include 24-7 access to claims, certified repair technicians, and a choice between service-by-mail or local repairs, including the Genius Bar.
News about advanced products from companies like Apple usually generates plenty of excitement. Luckily, those purchasing new equipment can rest easy knowing their devices are protected through Upsie. Besides monitors and other accessories, Upsie also has protection plans for computers, smartphones, and many other electronic devices.

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