De producten worden niet direct uitgegeven door Apple. Het is wel in samenwerking met LG, maar die heeft de verantwoordelijkheid voor het product.
Als een product slecht is moet je ook minpunten aan kunnen geven.
Het woord ook is daar erg belangrijk. minpunten aangeven is ook hier op tweakers een waardevolle graadmeter, maar alleen minpunten aangeven van 1 aspect en verder helemaal niets nuttigs over de rest wordt ook hier niet op prijs gesteld en gewaardeerd met een 0 omdat -1 niet kan.
Ze censureren reviews die aangeven dat er iets niet fatsoenlijk werkt.
Nee dan moet je even de reviews bekijken. Het is geen review meer en slaat het doel kompleet voorbij.
Bought this for my wife to connect to her late 2016 retina MacBook. The monitor itself looks beautiful and strikes a good balance of size and pixel density. Also I love how the monitor charges the MacBook with a single cable.
Problem is, as many other users have noted, I have an issue where the screen flashes black (goes off and on), which happens once every 3 minutes or so, which is enough to be super annoying. No amount of support or troubleshooting has led to any solutions here. It's very frustrating since both the macbook and monitor are brand new and are advertised to work together.
Another thing is that, contrary to a couple of reviews here, with the latest OS X there doesn't seem to be an option to run the monitor in 4k at 60 Hz (have to use 30 Hz which looks very laggy).
Dit is een goede review en behulpzaam over het hele traject. maar de reviews die in eerste instantie bij de 5K variant stonden waren vrijwel allemaal: "this monitor sucks Does not turn back on after sleep"
De 4K vairant heeft naast hetzelfde probleem ook nog andere issues en daar zijn deze reviews bijvoorbeeld nog wel gewoon netjes te vinden:
I'll keep my review short. This monitor pretty good when it works with my 2016 MBP13 with touchbar. However, it is constantly causing crashes usually when waking from sleep. Very frustrating experience.
I purchased a 2016 13" Macbook Pro with TouchBar and (2) LG Ultrafine 4k displays in November. Upon installation I was disappointed to learn that the monitors could NOT be daisy chained. Running (2) displays requires (2) connections (USB-C) to the MBP.
Unfortunately having to utilize (2) connection was only the beginning of my disappointment. The LG Ultrafine displays and the Macbook Pro are NOT compatible. At least one of the displays fails to wake every time that the MBP goes to sleep. At times both displays fail to wake and the MBP becomes unresponsive and requires a restart. Further, several times a day the displays cause a sleep wake failure which crashes the MBP.
I have been in contact with senior Apple support staff every couple of days for an entire month. Apple engineering even went as far as capturing my MBP and sending me a new MBP. I received the new MBP and have been experiencing the exact same issues for the last two weeks.
I am a long time, loyal apple customer but this experience has led me to question Apple's Product Development and commitment to quality. It is inexcusable to market these devices as being specifically designed to work together seamlessly and then offer no support. After more than (6) weeks of frustration, lost data, and unproductive work days, it looks as though I will have to return all of the Apple hardware.
We ordered 3 of these at work, 2 of them being for my use. Today I finally got my new 15" MBP to hook up to them and check them out. Initially they looked pretty good, although I had the UI designs I was working on one of them, and it didn't take very long before I was feeling like everything was quite a bit greener than on my laptop or 5k iMac at home. Later in the day it really started to bug me, and I realized the colors on the 2nd display seemed fine, so I put up the same screen on both displays, and sure enough one has a much greener cast. I tried switching cables, checking profiles, even flipping monitors to see if its just an angle thing, etc. Nothing fixed it, the one monitor clearly just has a much greener cast. So I decided to borrow my co-workers and hook his up and see how it looked. Strangely enough it didn't match EITHER of the 2 I had, and was somewhere in between as far as the green cast. Now with all 3 monitors sitting on my desk , we noticed an even weirder thing. All 3 were physically different heights. At the max height on all monitors there was about a 4-5mm difference in heights from the shortest to tallest all lined up. All I can say is wow! Really feel like Apple has robbed me for the first time in the many years as a loyal customer. I'd actually like my old 2015 MBP and old monitor back. Better and more consistent experience, even if the "specs" weren't as high.
This monitor works great, when it is working. I need to completely reboot my brand new '16 MBP ever time I use this monitor. If my MBP goes into sleep mode this monitor fails to wake. Not what I would expect from Apple after all the PR about the seamless integration between this monitor and the new MBP. Not worth the money or headache.
Bij de 5K versie sloegen de reviews alleen helemaal nergens meer op. Dat waren geen reviews meer.