Apple 32-inch Pro Display XDR with Retina 6K Display – Standard Glass

(10 customer reviews)


Screen Size 32 Inches
Display Resolution Maximum 6016 by 3384 Pixels
Brand Apple
Refresh Rate 60
Connectivity Technology USB, Thunderbolt

  • 32-inch LCD display with Retina 6K resolution (6016 by 3384 pixels)
  • Pro Stand and VESA Mount Adapter sold separately
  • Extreme Dynamic Range (XDR)
  • Brightness: 1000 nits sustained, 1600 nits peak
  • Contrast ratio: 1,000,000:1
  • P3 wide color gamut, 10-bit color depth
  • Superwide viewing angle
  • Reference modes
  • One Thunderbolt 3 port, three USB-C ports

SKU: B082LZTDX5 Category:


The first 32-inch Retina 6K display ever. p to 1600 nits of brightness. An astonishing contrast ratio and superwide viewing angle. And over a billion colors presented with exceptional accuracy.

Additional information

Weight 35 kg
Dimensions 33.94 × 4.57 × 22.44 cm
Product Dimensions

33.94 x 4.57 x 22.44 inches

Item Weight

35 Pounds





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Date First Available

December 12 2019


Apple Computer

10 reviews for Apple 32-inch Pro Display XDR with Retina 6K Display – Standard Glass

  1. Fluff

    Beautiful but buggyWhat a gorgeous display, but lacking in final polish in terms of bug fixes and quality. Love the color, the glass front and the clarity. The display has some problems though. I couldn’t get a band of darker color to disappear at the top of the display unless I ran in DCI 4K / 60. All other resolutions and refresh rates (including native 6K) had a darker band at the top (not a backlight issue).The monitor bleeds pretty bad, only has one input, has no controls, and has absurdly priced stand or VESA mount. A little bit of polish (correcting the banding issue) and I would have kept it. What a great price for full P3 and HDR. I bought it for the color gamut and clarity, but I just can’t have a display that displays incorrect brightness in the first 10 or so lines. It is kind of annoying that I needed to purchase a $1.5K converter because of the limited number of input formats.I purchased two of these and both of them had exactly the same performance issues with brightness near the upper edge.Also should mention that there is a huge color shift for off axis viewing. The display will get very blue if you have two of the next to each other and you are positioned in front of your primary display. Repositioning the display helped a lot, but it has no where near the off-axis viewing capabilities of an LG ultrafine 5K (at a fraction of the cost).I’m hopeful the recently release Apple 5K 27″ display will address the issues listed above.

  2. Witchbutter

    Punched me in the wallet but I really love it.I bit the bullet and bought this because it has the best single monitor resolution available and I have a Mac Pro 2019 I use for music production to use with it. I strongly prefer a single monitor setup as I find second monitors distracting and less ergonomic. The huge screen real estate for my DAW is wonderful, the colors and blacks are vivid, no ugly glow like with an IPS panel. I used an inexpensive monitor arm which has been perfect and have had no heat issues. The monitor arm frees space for outboard audio equipment. I was also pleasantly surprised to have no issues whatsoever in bootcamp.

  3. MSClark

    Nice display but not THAT nice.Seemed small. Guess all the hype and promos made it look huge. I know 32inches is 32 inches but when I opened the box, it didn’t look any bigger than the 30” I was using. I know the resolution is far better, but just didn’t live up to the hype. I returned it and decided to try a 40inch.

  4. Michael A

    Incredible quality, Standard glass is sharper than NanotextureBesides the price, super impressed with this monitor. I’ve looked at both Standard Glass and Nanotexure and Standard Glass is *much* sharper for text and everyday use. With nanotexture text looks a bit fuzzy and white background feels slightly sandy, so in my opinion it would be a downgrade – don’t get nanotexture unless you are really bothered by the reflections! Standard Glass is sharp and flawless, much like a screen on Macbook Pro or an iPhone.I use this monitor with 2019 MacBook Pro running Windows through Bootcamp. Was worried about adjusting brightness in Windows, but in fact Bootcamp provides a Display brightness slider. If you enable HDR, you’ll have to adjust this through Windows HD Color Settings -> HDR/SDR brightness balance. HDR videos on YouTube look incredible, as you can see sunlight, reflections and colors vividly like never before on a regular monitor.Monitor comes with soft high quality power + thunderbolt cables, which charges MacBook Pro while in use, which is a nice benefit.

  5. M. Carvajal

    Incredible image quality and ease of useIt’s pricy but very good

  6. Jordan

    Love this display! – just get itBig fan of this display paired with the Pro Display Stand.Works well with both my 2016 15-inch MacBook Pro (though not generating 6K resolution due to compatibility) and 2018 15-inch pro that does push out 6K resolution.

  7. Trevor K. Richardson

    A very beautiful displayHave this paired with my 2019 Mac Pro. Works beautifully and build quality is unmatched.

  8. Alex

    6K. $6000. Worth it? Heck yes!It’s pretty expensive but there’s nothing else in the market anywhere close to this price which is reference calibrated, supports 6K resolution, DisplayHDR 1600 and can also connect to and charge a MacBook Pro using a single cable.

  9. Ryan D

    MagicalI’m so glad I donated my kidney and sold my home to buy this. Every single person at the homeless shelter is blown away by the clarity, vibrant colors, and stunning contrast as they search the dark web for ways to deposit their Mexican cartel stash in a Swiss bank account.

  10. Josh H, PhD

    Update: Kept standard, returned nano (bad bloom). Still angle dimming, rear USBc rate-limitedUpdate: much happier with standard glass. Some bloom remains and view angle dimming remain but ok, reflection not bad on standard. Photos at 50% and 100% brightness, from 3 different angles to show dimming. When I move my head left and right 10 inches there is certainly a brighter 2/3 of the screen that follows my head when directly facing me, but again I’m ok with this considering all else.Used 2 nano texture xdrs for a week of UI/graphic dev. Gorgeous accuracy, but exchanged for standard glass. Other than someone who’s trying to use these on a beach with insanely high background light, I cannot imagine who the nano texture is designed for — maybe for use on a stage set? I opted for anti-glare because of a sunny room, but I prefer my mbp’s standard glass glare over the bleed of the nano texture.Some notes for the technical- No you cannot daisy chain them.- Yes, it charges the macbook off of its thunderbolt. And still charges fine if you plug in 2 xdrs.- No, your brightness keys on the keyboard won’t work like you want them to. You can do the shift+option+f1 to do one other screens brightness, but it seems to randomly switch. Search for an app called MonitorControl that maps your brightness keys to the screen your mouse is on. Apple, imagine that.- Yes, you can control each brightness in the control center mac menubar widget- The USB C ports on the back are severely throttled

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