It’s still a vivid screen with a 500cd/m2 brightness and DCI-P3 color support, and it will charge laptops that need up to 85W of power. You’ll also find a trio of regular USB-C ports for less demanding peripherals.
The screen is available now for the same $699 as the old option. This still won’t help much if you’re looking for a larger Apple-approved monitor. The firm is rumored to be returning to in-house displays with a 31.6-inch 6K model sometime this year, however. If true, it might make sense for Apple to pass on a larger LG display when its own hardware would fill that gap.