Apple Cinema 22-inch Display

The Apple Cinema 22-inch Display is an LCD Display that was designed, manufactured, and sold by Apple from 1999 to 2003, as part of the Apple Cinema Display series. This Display has been introduced on August 31, 1999, and its price started at $3999.

The new Cinema Display features a 22” TFT LCD Screen (1600 x 1024), 16.7 million colors, 300:1 contrast ratio, pixel density up to 86 dpi, brightness up to 180 cd/m², DVI or ADC connection port, and two USB ports.

This Cinema Display has been discontinued on January 28, 2003.

Today Apple Cinema 22-inch Display is 24 years old!

Apple Cinema 22-inch Display
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Apple Cinema 22-inch Display Release Date and Original Price

IntroducedAugust 31, 1999 (DVI)
July 19, 2000 (ADC)
DiscontinuedJuly 19, 2000 (DVI)
January 28, 2003 (ADC)
Model NumberM5662 (DVI)
M8149 (ADC)
Order NumberM8058ZM/A
Original Price$3,999
Weight25 Ibs.
11.339 KG
Dimensions18.9” H x 23.1” W x 12.2” D
48 cm H x 58.67 cm W x 30.98 cm D

System Requirements

  • Mac OS 8.6 or later
  • Power Mac with DVI or ADC port


Viewable Area22”
Colors16.7 million
Brightness180 cd/m²
Resolutions800 x 500
800 x 512
1024 x 640
1280 x 800
1600 x 1024
Viewing Angle160° horizontal
160° vertical
Contrast Ratio300:1
Response TimeN/A
Pixel PitchUnknown
Pixel Density86.35 ppi


Connection1 – DVI or ADC
Ports2 – USB


Maximum Continuous Power62 – 77 W (Operating)
35 W or less (Energy-saver)

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Apple Support – Apple Cinema Display: Technical Specifications
Apple Support – Apple Cinema Display ADC: Technical Specifications