Apple will resume selling monitors LG UltraFine 5K, sales of which were stopped after discovering problems in their work while near Wi-Fi routers. To order the devices will be on the website of the company since March 7.
At the beginning of last month, Apple stopped sales of 27-inch monitors LG UltraFine 5K, which turned out to be problematic. Customers reported that if the display is set within two meters from the router, you will encounter a number of challenges in its work, including the appearance of flicker, separation and hang connected computer from electromagnetic interference. In some cases the source of problems and generally can not be identified.
LG has investigated and confirmed the existence of the problem. The company promised that the new batch problem with the shielding will be solved. Now it became known that such models will appear in the online Apple store since March 7.
Whether a manufacturer adopted measures sufficient to solve the problem, it will be clear some time after the start of sales.
LG UltraFine 5K was announced along with the new MacBook Pro notebooks and is positioned as a solution designed specifically for these devices. Until the end of March, the monitors will be sold for $974, then the price will increase to the original $1299.