Concept Images Depict 20th Anniversary Apple Studio Display


Today marks the 20th anniversary of the original Apple Studio display, one of the most iconic LCD monitors ever designed. The display originally launched on March 17, 1998.

Well-known Apple concept designer Martin Hajek has created concept images visualizing what the 20th anniversary Apple Studio display might look like.

The concept features an extremely thin high-gloss stainless steel finish with a 27-inch OLED display. In addition, Hajek envisions the display to have wireless sync technology and touch support.

In addition to the display concept, Hajek also included new images showcasing what Apple’s futuristic Mac accessories might look like. For instance, the Magic Keyboard could incorporate the Touch Bar. The keyboard could also be a full touch display, allowing for contextual keys and different language layouts that change dynamically.

What do you think of the concept Apple Studio display shown above? Let us know in the comments below!

[via iDropNews]


  • Matt Fraser

    Looks expensive lol

  • IAmTaka

    oh my god that’s ugly.

  • Aleks Oniszczak

    I like the design of the original one better. That back leg looks tacky in particular.

  • winnertakesteve

    haven’t you heard? kickstands are in! /s

    edit: also there is a glorious opportunity in this mockup for an upside-down notch where they push the display into the front two feet. it can be a persistent emoji area.

  • Aleks Oniszczak

    lol – love the notch idea.
    Re: the back leg – I just think the logo looks wrong here. Probably just slapping it onto the back like they do with the current iMacs would look better.