Editor's note: Apple is said to be testing a new monitor that could replace the Pro Display XDR, which debuted in December 2019. If the description comes true, it could be a real power supply that amplifies the connected computer.
This monitor is also said to have a Neural Engine to speed up machine learning tasks. It's not clear exactly how Apple uses the in-display neural engine.
The post indicated that Apple's apps could change, highlighting how the original Pro Display XDR wasn't the first with all the rumored features. We also don't have a timeline for the new screen, nor do we know of any other specs than the above.
Rumors from earlier this year indicate that Apple is also working on lower-priced external displays. When the report was dropped in January, it was touted as being in the early stages of development and could be a replacement for the Lightning Screen that Apple discontinued in 2016.
Apple said it is testing a new external display with a custom A13 Bionic SoC