Apple removed the 27-inch LG UltraFine 5K display that was previously Mac users’ preferred option for external monitors from its online store following the launch of the Studio Display.

LG and Apple had worked together on the display, promising tight integration with macOS. The UltraFine 5K Display featured a 5K screen, P3 wide color gamut with 500 nits brightness, and a Thunderbolt 3 port capable of charging a Mac.

Following the Studio Display announcement this week, Apple has removed the UltraFine 5K display from its online store, now listing only the 23.7-inch 4K UltraFine display starting at $699. LG website also lists the UltraFine 5K display as sold out, and it’s not entirely clear if the display will be replenished anytime soon.

The UltraFine 5K display was priced at $1,299, down from the starting price of Apple’s Studio Display at $1,599. The Studio Display was made available for pre-order this week and will be available on March 18. Learn more about Apple’s latest display with our roundup.

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