Mac owners complain of serious problems with monitors LG UltraFine 5K, and Apple removes it
24.01.2017 Erika J. Wells 0 Comments
Last year, in addition to the new MacBook Pro Apple introduced a 27-inch 5K monitor UltraFine LG, designed for these laptops. Of course, this is not an Apple 5K Cinema Display, the launch of which is expected by many “MacOS users”, but today, according to Apple, this is the best choice for MacBook owners from all available on the market.
At the end of December after initial delays in procurement LG UltraFine 5K finally went on sale. However, many buyers of displays, not long happy new. As writes the edition Myce, more owners of 5K-monitors LG complain of problems with devices.
In particular, the monitors do not connect to MacBook Pro, or do not come out of sleep state. The message on it appeared on Apple’s official website, discussion forums online and the product page on the LG website.
As noted by the owners of LG UltraFine 5K, in order that the image appeared again after the computer resumes from sleep mode, you must reconnect the cable. But in this case, as there are problems, as this often leads to a hanging PC or touch panel Touch Bar. In the end, you have to restart still computer. And the problem is relevant not only for the MacBook Pro, but Mac Pro workstations.
Apple is not commenting on user complaints to work LG UltraFine 5K. The company is not only silent about a possible solution to problems, but also removes the negative reviews about the monitor in the official online store.
The cost UltraFine 5K is currently $974, as cupertinos suggest it with a considerable discount (original price — $1300). Initially it was assumed that this price will last only until the end of the year, but in connection with the transfer of the start of sales Apple has extended a generous offer to March.