Such information was reported to MacRumors by the CEO of Display Supply Chain Consultants and analyst Ross Young.
It was expected that the monitor will be presented last summer. Then the deadlines were pushed back to October, and later insiders pointed to the first quarter of 2023. According to Yang, there is no sign that Apple has started mass production of a new monitor, so its release is once again delayed.
The new 27-inch monitor should get miniLED backlighting and ProMotion dynamic refresh rates, just like the current MacBook Pros. Given the expected specs, the new model could be a replacement for the Studio Display, or something in between it and the Pro Display XDR.
The insider did not name any new terms. Perhaps the monitor will be shown in the summer at WWDC, and perhaps at one of the autumn presentations. How much it will cost is unknown, but definitely more than $1599 (Studio Display price) and less than $4999 (Pro Display XDR price).