Apple Discontinues Thunderbolt Display

Apple today told several news sites that it plans to discontinue it Thunderbolt Display, which has been available for purchase online and in Apple retail stores since it was first introduced in the summer of 2011.

“We’re discontinuing the Apple Thunderbolt Display. It will be available through Apple.com, Apple’s retail stores and Apple Authorized Resellers while supplies last. There are a number of great third-party options available for Mac users,” said an Apple spokesperson.

Apple will continue to sell existing Thunderbolt Display stock so long as it remains available, but once stock is exhausted, the Thunderbolt Display will no longer be available as production is ceasing. It is not clear why Apple has decided to make an announcement concerning the discontinuation of the display and if it means a new 4K or 5K display is on the horizon.

Apple seems to be moving further and further away from the Pro market. I really hope this is a move to make way for a new display later this year and not a further indication of their exit for power users.

That said the Thunderbolt Display was significantly overpriced and hardly the best option on the market anyway.

Source: Apple Discontinues Thunderbolt Display – Mac Rumors

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