Apple 32" Pro Display XDR 16:9 Retina 6K HDR IPS Display & Pro Stand Kit

Apple 32" Pro Display XDR 16:9 Retina 6K HDR IPS Display & Pro Stand Kit
Key Features
  • Standard Glass
  • In-Plane Switching (IPS) Panel
  • Thunderbolt 3 Input
  • 6016 x 3384 6K Resolution
Complete your Apple Mac Pro setup with the Apple 32" Pro Display XDR 16:9 Retina 6K HDR IPS Display & Pro Stand B&H Kit. Ideal for content creators, the Pro Display XDR is packed with helpful features and supports a wide color depth. The Pro Stand attaches easily and supports and a wide variety of adjustments, which lets users configure the Pro Display to best fit their viewing preferences.
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Apple Pro Display XDR Overview

Complete your Apple Mac Pro setup with the Apple 32" Pro Display XDR 16:9 Retina 6K HDR IPS Display & Pro Stand B&H Kit. Ideal for content creators, the Pro Display XDR is packed with helpful features and supports a wide color depth. The Pro Stand attaches easily and supports and a wide variety of adjustments, which lets users configure the Pro Display to best fit their viewing preferences.

Apple 32" Pro Display XDR 16:9 Retina 6K HDR IPS Display (Standard Glass)

The Apple 32" Pro Display XDR 16:9 Retina 6K HDR IPS Display is built with a 32" IPS (In-Plane Switching) panel featuring a 6016 by 3384 6K resolution with Retina display technology that produces crisp, vivid images. As somewhat of a one-size-fits-all solution, the Pro Display XDR is well suited for multitasking and its 6K resolution with a 32" viewing area is plenty to work with. For photo and design-focused users, it's a large canvas that lets you fit all your content, tools, and anything else you'd like, on one screen. Likewise, video editors and audio engineers can stretch out their workflow to get a macro-view of their project. As a cherry on top, its 218 ppi (pixels per inch) rating helps to deliver sharp and detailed images. The Pro Display XDR's main connectivity option is a single Thunderbolt 3 port, which supports up to 96W of host charging, and it has three USB 2.0 Type-C ports for charging and syncing other devices. With the power of Thunderbolt 3, users can daisy-chain up to six displays to their accompanying Mac Pro.


The Pro Display XDR has a sleek and refined all-aluminum chassis with 9mm borders. This reduction in bezel size offers a more immersive viewing experience whether you're hard at work or taking a breather. Either or, users can kick back and relax thanks to its wide viewing angles, which preserve color and image quality. The honeycomb design on the back is meant to act as a heatsink, which keeps it cool while operating at high brightness levels.


The Apple Pro Display XDR is available in two versions: one with a standard glass finish and another with nano-texture glass. Both are engineered for low reflectivity, but the nano-texture finish offers enhanced glare reduction for those who are a bit more sensitive or work under harsh lighting conditions.


XDR stands for Extreme Dynamic Range and is essentially HDR (High Dynamic Range) at Apple's standards. The backlighting consists of an array of 576 LEDs that can sustain a brightness level of 1000 cd/m² and can even reach up to 1600 cd/m² for a 1,000,000:1 contrast ratio to truly emphasize the differences between light and dark.

Color Accuracy & Calibration

Featuring a P3-wide color gamut and 10-bit color depth for 1.073 billion colors, the Pro Display is ideal for color-critical work. Additionally, its 576 LEDs are also individually calibrated and work with an algorithm that modulates their intensity to produce the best possible image.

Reference Modes

To adapt to the variety of standards content creators work with in media such as digital cinema (P3-DCI), photography (P3-D65), HDTV video (BT.709-BT.1886), design and print (P3-D50), Internet and web (sRGB), etc., Reference Modes reconfigure the display to match. It optimizes values like color space, white point, gamma, and brightness. Alternatively, users can also set up their own custom profile as needed.

True Tone technology

True Tone technology on the Pro Display XDR utilizes two ambient light sensors, one on the front and one on the back, to measure and then to adjust the color intensity of the display for accurate colors based on your environment.

Optional Stand & VESA Adapter

Since the Pro Display XDR does not come with a stand, users can purchase either the Pro Stand or VESA adapter for mounting.
UPC: 190199261808

Apple Pro Stand

The Apple Pro Stand, designed for the Apple Pro Display XDR, features a puck-shaped magnetic connector for quick and easy installation and removal. With it, users can adjust the display to best fit their viewing preferences, including both portrait and landscape modes. To remove it, unlock the slider and tilt the display to release the magnets before lifting the display from the stand.

UPC: 190199474673

Apple 32" Pro Display XDR 16:9 Retina 6K HDR IPS Display (Standard Glass) Specs

Panel TypeIPS-Type LCD
Resolution6016 x 3384
Aspect Ratio16:9
Pixels Per Inch (ppi)218 ppi
Maximum Brightness1600 cd/m2
Dynamic Contrast Ratio1,000,000:1
Refresh Rate60 Hz
Adaptive-Sync TechnologyNone
Bit Depth / Color Support10-Bit (1.07 Billion Colors)
Viewing AngleHorizontal: 178°
Vertical: 178°
Inputs / Outputs
Connection1 x USB Type-C (Thunderbolt 3)
3 x USB Type-C 2.0
AC Input Power100 to 240 VAC, 50 / 60 Hz
USB Power Delivery96 W (via USB Type-C)
Operating Temperature50 to 95°F / 10 to 35°C
Operating Humidity5 to 95%
Operating Altitude16,400' / 4998 m
Height AdjustmentNone
Rotation AdjustmentNone
Swivel AdjustmentNone
Tilt AdjustmentNone
Mounting-Hole PatternNone
Dimensions (W x H x D)28.3 x 16.2 x 1.1" / 718.8 x 411.5 x 27.9 mm (without Stand)
Weight16.49 lb / 7.48 kg (without Stand)
Packaging Info
Package Weight36.5 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH)38 x 38 x 8.5"

Apple Pro Stand Specs

Compatible ModelsApple Pro Display XDR
OrientationLandscape, Portrait
Tilt Adjustment30° (-5 to 25°)
Height Adjustment4.7" / 120.0 mm
Dimensions7.1 x 17.0 x 9.3" / 180.3 x 431.8 x 236.2 mm
Weight9.5 lb / 4.31 kg
Packaging Info
Package Weight20.385 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH)25 x 12 x 10.5"

Apple Pro Display XDR Reviews


By Errol
Rated 5 out of 5
Date: 2021-12-28

I do lots of monochrome work, resolution, toning, especially in darks are incredible, true blacks! In color work its capability provides a great mechanism to get it right!

Amazing Display

By Christopher
Rated 5 out of 5
Date: 2021-07-01

I had a 27 Dell that I was pretty happy with, however, I noticed that I could see more colors and details on my MBP then I could on my monitor which effected my design work. I picked up this display and I'm pretty amazed by the level of detail it's able to produce. The subtle differences in colors are visible, text is incredibly crisp, and although I was worried about my 13 MBP M1 chip powering this monitor, it's super smooth. Couldn't be happier.

Worth the money - kind of...

By Chris
Rated 5 out of 5
Date: 2021-01-05

For starters - the build quality of this monitor (and stand) are second to none. It's everything that you would expect from an Apple product and it works beautifully with my MacPro. The image quality of the display is incredible - brilliant colors and sharp beyond any other monitor that I've used before. To be clear, however, there are other monitors that cost less that cover 99-100% of the RGB spectrum, whereas this monitor only covers 89-90% of the RGB spectrum and 100% of the SRGB spectrum. For my use as a photographer, I would like it to cover more of the RGB spectrum, but the accuracy is close enough that I'm happy with the results I get. Frankly, the functionality of the monitor, including its ability to transition to portrait mode automatically, is just as much a selling point to me as the color accuracy. Bottom line...this is an incredible monitor and if you can afford it, I'd highly recommend it.

Best Monitor I've Ever Used!

By Francisco
Rated 5 out of 5
Date: 2020-10-16

I did months and months of research between this monitor, some Ben Q's, Eizo monitors, Asus pro displays, build quality of those products and on and on. Between buttons on monitors, pixles per inch, nit brighness, customer reviews, cable management, icc profile customizations, etc. Hours and hours of time. In the end I decided to buy this monitor because I wanted something that could give me the best of both worlds between my photography hobby, which I take a little more serious than just a hobby, and being able to change my screen calibrations between photography and my leisure web browsing and other online needs of mine. Also ease of connectivity and use. This monitor allows for that. Other high end photography monitors have a much lower output brightness (which is obvious to the pro photographer, don't have to go into that) and are usually meant for just photo editing or video editing with matte finishes. Basically just a work monitor. There are no buttons on this monitor, which I love! Turns on and off according to my 2019 MacBook Pro computer usage that I have connected to only one thunder bolt cable it came with. I also use a wireless apple keyboard and wireless apple trackpad to go along with it so that my lap top stays on its stand closed! So the two best things I love about this monitor is its sharpness and it's colors are beautiful to look at! Working on this monitor is a joy! Editing has become much more fun and enjoyable again. My photos have a much more better edit than ever before and that's partly because I was editing only on my mac book pro before. Never the less, this is the nicest monitor I have ever used. It's so nice just to look at which you'll be doing a lot of if you're serious about getting this. The size is perfect, not too small and not to big. Brightness is adjustable to peaks that you wouldn't necessarily use, but good to have. I haven't yet tried any video editing on this since I only use it for photography so I have nothing to report on its dynamic range capabilities at this point so far. There is one big draw back to this monitor that I don't like, but is definitely not a deal breaker. It's the vignetting! If you work as a pro photographer and absolutely need the picture corner to corner perfect while looking at this monitor from all angles, then this monitor is not for you, sorry. I use Lightroom classic and photo shop, so my photos are always in the middle of the monitor and the vignette is masked by my control panels, so I don't see the vignette. But while web browsing, I definitely see it around my peripheral. If you move your head slightly to the corners, then the vignette goes away. It doesn't bother me enough to not like this monitor or take away a star. My photos are still coming out great. One thing I did notice is the luminance in the oranges pulsating while shifting between the control panel and picture pallet. This has happened a few times and caught it while editing trying to adjust the brightness. It was oranger one second and lighter the next second and changing constantly. I shrunk the control panel and brought it back out again and it went away. So that might be a Lightroom cc glitch, I'm not sure. I had to do some customizing, especially the brightness of the monitor. The photography mode that it comes with as a pre calibrated setting is still way to bright. I had to bring it down to 65 luminance. I did some quick prints at home and photos were coming out too dark at first but the colors came out great. It comes with a list of pre calibrated display settings. Other high end monitors don't have the range of calibrations that is monitor can give you although ICC profiles with a color monkey or X-Rite calibrations are not possible at this point, maybe at a future apple update we will be able to. I have not sent any photos to the lab yet to compare a much better comparison of monitor colors to professional print but will update when I do. According to some reviews the colors are perfect. So another great thing about this monitor is, aside from the power cable, I only need one thunder bolt cable connected to my MacBook Pro for this to work and it's also always charging my lap top with a trickle like charging that doesn't diminish my battery life which apple has created in these new laptops. We live in 2020 and so the compatibility and simpleness is what was another deal winner with this purchase. I didn't want to have to buy a dock station and some more usb connections and adding my lap top charger etc etc that I would have had to deal with by going with another make and brand. If you can afford it or make payments on this for a year, go for it. You will not be disappointed! Apple Mac book pros 2018 and newer will give you the 6k display. Older versions of apple will decrease the display settings. If you want HDR content, then upgrade your graphics card! Oh and the monitor itself is beautiful as well. The bezels are approximately a quarter inch big. And the aluminum and the cheese grater is even nice to look at from the back lol. It definitely says quality all around! I have this connected with the essential apple vesa mount adapter and using it on a Ergotron 45-295-026 LX Desk Mount LCD Arm. It's perfect!

Amazing display

By Bjorn
Rated 5 out of 5
Date: 2021-12-19

Is it worth it? Who knows but it's a truly amazing display for your desktop. I bought it after my LG 5K gave up and the LG support offering was so awful I vowed never to deal with them again

Delivered on time

By Grace
Rated 4 out of 5
Date: 2021-11-22

Had to get this for work, but way too expensive for what you get. Stand has to be bought separately, and it doesn't have a built-in camera.

As Good as it Gets

By Shaun
Rated 5 out of 5
Date: 2021-08-24

I have put off this purchase for a while thinking there's no way this monitor is worth the price. But, it is. Excellent in every way and fits in the Apple Ecosystem so much better than other monitors. Was hard to make the purchase at first, but very glad that I did overall. Exceptionally rich colors, brightness no other monitor can match and small bezels and large screen estate. What's not to love?

It's good ... it's real good.

By Scott
Rated 5 out of 5
Date: 2021-07-10

Yeah, yeah ... $5K for a monitor with no stand. We've all heard it. Well, get over it. If you want a decent monitor with all the bells and whistles (a swivel stand, tons of ports, a webcam, speakers, etc), there are plenty of other options out there for you at a fifth of the cost. I've been using the LG 4K monitor for a few years now and decided to upgrade to the newer 5K version. At $1,200 or so, that thing was not inexpensive, but it sure was disappointing. As many others have experienced, out of the box it had a very red / yellow tint to it that was nearly impossible to correct. After returning it, I elected to step up to the Apple Display and all I can say is that it is absolutely amazing. All the rumors are true - slight vignetting due to its size and proximity to your face on your desk; no added features like exterior controls, webcam, speakers, tons of misc ports; and it won't easily work with your PC ... but, the image is stunning and amazing. I use it for videography editing work and it is unreal. Mind blowing good. I do not regret the purchase whatsoever. Apple screams quality and this monitor does not disappoint. I'd have to say that a good portion of the high cost had to go into the packaging like all Apple products. No joke, the box weighs as much as or more than the monitor itself. A waste? Maybe to some. But for me ... given that this was shipped across the country from B&H, I appreciate legitimate packaging as we all know how terrible shipping companies can be. The monitor arrived in perfect condition and I'll be using the legitimate box for future moves and relocations. This is not a display that you wrap in a blanket and throw in the back of your car. Bottom line ... it you have the money, it's the best prosumer display on the market.

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Is an I/O device like the AJA I/O or equivalent ...

Is an I/O device like the AJA I/O or equivalent black magic are requested to monitor HDR content from the Mac Pro on this XDE display?
Asked by: montreuil
That is not needed you can connect this directly as needed
Answered by: Ian
Date published: 2020-10-02

Will this work with PCs?

Will this work with PCs?
Asked by: Ethan
No, this monitor would not work with a PC computer. It would only work with select Apple computers. The Monitor would have no controls or buttons and would need the Mac OS to function. .
Answered by: Moe
Date published: 2021-09-28

Need specific answers on maximum distance monitor ...

Need specific answers on maximum distance monitor can be located away from CPU and maintain 6k resolution and specs. As this machine and Monitor combo is being marketed as the solution for Audio and Video creatives I know most Facilities utilize machine rooms fo rack CPU's and Active/Optical Cable solutions for running monitors in remote editing suites... The limited inputs on this monitor keep it from being utilized in that capacity it seems?
Asked by: travis
The longest copper Thunderbolt 3 cable is 2 meters.
Answered by: ilich
Date published: 2020-06-30

Will this work with an older Macbook Air, early ...

Will this work with an older Macbook Air, early 2014 version?
Asked by: Russ
This is not compatible with the MacBook Air.
Answered by: Geoffrey
Date published: 2020-01-29

can this monitor be used with the MacBook 12"?

can this monitor be used with the MacBook 12"?
Asked by: Angelo
The MacBook 12" has a single USB-C port. It is not a Thunderbolt port. As such, the XDR monitor is not compatible.
Answered by: Christopher
Date published: 2020-07-02

Does this come with the stand?

Does this come with the stand?
Asked by: Shaheer
This model/variation of the Apple 32" Pro Display XDR 16:9 Retina 6K, B&H # APPDXDRN, does not come with stand included.
Answered by: Michael
Date published: 2021-08-22

can this monitor used on windows 10 pc?

can this monitor used on windows 10 pc?
Asked by: Frank
Yes. Check Youtube for a bunch of tests people do with different computers. PCs and even Mac's running windows mostly seem to work with a few limitations sometimes. (5k instead of 6k at times, and no HDR at times, all depending on what you hook up and which gfx card etc.) But they do work!
Answered by: Jayse
Date published: 2021-10-22

Is the Mac M1 Mini capable of producing a 6k ...

Is the Mac M1 Mini capable of producing a 6k resolution image? If not, why buy this Apple 32" Pro Display XDR?
Asked by: Monty
As per the manufacture the Mac Mini M1 is capable of pushing one display with up to 6K resolution at 60Hz connected via Thunderbolt connection. The Apple 32" Pro Display XDR 16:9 Retina 6K HDR IPS Display & Pro Stand Kit is also compatible with the Apple Mac Pro.
Answered by: dariusb
Date published: 2021-05-14
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