Sell Apple Display
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Why sell Apple Display to us
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Once you item arrives with us we will assess your unit and aim to have your money sent to you after 48hrs. You can have a bank transfer or PayPal payment
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Macback is part of the ILS group that specialises in data security and the handling of redundant electronics from high security industry sectors. We will disk wipe your item to the data protection legislation standard.
Should you not be 100% satisfied with our service we will return your item by next day courier. Our aim is to have you as a satisfied customer first and foremost.
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More info about Apple Displays
There were three generations of Apple Displays. Each generation has its own technical specifications. Some summary about Apple Displays and their advantages.
Apple’s Studio Displays were manufactured by Apple Computer Inc starting in 1998. They used both CRT and LCD in their plastic enclosed displays. The first Apple display was a 15-inch flat panel that was a transparent, dark-blue. This was later replaced with a newer model that had a brighter display. Every Studio Display had a resolution of 1024 x 768. Later, Apple introduced a 17-inch flat panel in their Studio line.
- Produced from mid 1998 to 2003
- Display: 15, 17 or 21-inch CRT, 15 inch LCD
- Resolution: 1024×768 or 1280×1024
Unfortunately the buy back service is not applicable to Studio Displays. We are sorry for any inconvenience.
In September 1999, Apple released the Apple Cinema Display. It was a line of flat panel monitors for computers that replaced the Studio Display line eventually. The Cinema Display screens were made in polycarbonate plastic or anodized aluminium. The resolution was 2560 x 1600 on the 30-inch model.
- Produced from late 1999 to mid 2011
- Display: 20, 22, 23, 30-inch LCD
- Resolution: 1600×1024, 1920×1200, 1680×1050, 2560×1600
You can sell your Cinema Display for up to £220. Quote now
Apple’s Thunderbolt Display is a flat panel computer monitor that boasts 27 inches of screen. Introduced in 2011 by Apple, it replaced the Apple LED Cinema Display. With a resolution of 2560 x 1440 and a 16.9 aspect ratio, the screen has a very clear picture. The screen is made of aluminium and glass and has a similar appearance to the MacBook Pro and iMac unibody designs.
- Produced from mid 2011 to mid 2016
- Display: 27 inches, TFT IPS active-matrix LCD, glossy glass covered screen LED-backlit LCD
- QHD (2560×1440 pixels)
You can sell your Thunderbolt Display for up to £250. Quote now
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