Along with the Mac Pro, Apple also showcased a pro-level 32-inch edge-to-edge display. In fact, it’s the first 6K Retina display ever. It’s housed in the same aluminum unibody case as the Mac Pro, maximizing airflow and acting as a heat sink.
What is XDR, you ask? You’ve heard of HDR (high dynamic range); XDR is “extreme dynamic range,” and it’s got the colors, contrast, and brightness to earn that name. The Pro Display XDR features sustained 1,000 nits of brightness (1,600 nits peak), and a contrast ratio of 1,000,000:1. While it seems more expensive than a traditional monitor, this is actually comparable to professional reference monitors that fetch ten times the price. Apple says it’s the best display in the world, and they’re probably right (at least in this price range).
The display attaches magnetically to a stand that’s machined from a single piece of aluminum. Easily adjusted, the display works in both landscape and portrait orientations. The Pro Display XDR will sell for $5,000 (and the stand is another $1,000).