In 2019, when Apple showed its Pro Display XDR, it was nothing sort of a monster display that featured insane specs. The display is already been out there for quite some time and it is something that a lot of Apple fans would like to have.
With a 6K display on a 31-inch screen size, great colour accuracy, amazing picture quality and the brightness to experience the true HDR, Pro Display XDR is already ahead of most high-end display panels. However, new reports suggest that this monitor is getting an upgrade from Apple.
According to 9to5mac, Apple is working internally to equip Pro Display XDR with a new dedicated SoC that is said to be the A13 Bionic chip, also used in iPhone 11 series phones. This means that a Mac setup that uses this display will have two SoC dedicated for different tasks.
The monitor will use its own processor to reduce the load on the MAC resulting in better performance. It will use its own processor to process the images on the display while the chip on MAC will execute other important tasks without taking care of the monitor.
Moreover, the new display will also use Neural Engine to accelerate machine learning tasks. Keep in mind that all these new updates are still under operation and just as Apple changed plans before launching the Pro Display XDR with the absence of many rumoured features, this plan may also change.