The introduction of Apple’s new 27-inch LED Cinema Display on Tuesday also heralded the beginning of the end for the company’s 24-inch LED Cinema Display and 30-inch Cinema Display.
Dave Moody, Apple’s vice president of hardware marketing, confirmed the company will move forward with just the new 27-inch display, but will continue to sell the 24-inch and 30-inch models until supplies are depleted.
The 27-inch display, like the 24-inch model, sports a glossy surface and offers deeper colors that can make movies look more vibrant. It also includes a built-in iSight camera and microphone, stereo speakers, a three-port powered USB hub, and a universal MagSafe plug for charging a MacBook or MacBook Pro.
Discontinuing the 30-inch Cinema Display means Apple’s largest display offering will be 27-inches, and the company will no longer offer a stand-alone display without a glossy surface.
Apple’s 27-inch LED Cinema Display is scheduled to hit store shelves some time in September.
[Thanks to Macworld for the heads up.]