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Apple 24 and 30 inch discontinued
Apple 24-and 30-inch monitors discontinued

29 Jul 2010 | Rasmus Larsen |

Apple has just launched their 27-inch LED Cinema Display and this means that Apple plans to phase out the current 24-inch LED Cinema Display and the larger 30-inch Cinema Display. Apple confirmed that shortly after the announcement of the 27-inch monitor.

Apple discontinues 24" and 30"

Apple has unveiled their new 27-inch LED Cinema Display with 2560x1440 resolution and LED backlight. And therefore Apple no longer believe in the current 24-inch and 30-inch models.

Apple 27” LED Cinema Display
Apple 27” LED Cinema Display


Apple says that they have stopped production and that the 24-inch and 30-inch models will be available only until the supplies run out. The 30-inch model has a few years on its back so no big surprise here, but the 24-inch was released back in October 2008.

The new 27-inch LED Cinema Display will ship starting from September 2010. Read more about the new Apple Cinema Display here.

And if you're looking to buy either the 24" LED Cinema Display or 30" Apple Cinema Display you should do so soon.



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