Hello, good afternoon.
Probably you know that in the CES 2015 event, Sharp and other brands have introduced the world highest resolution: 8k.
Well, LG announced that a new iMac 8k will arrive this year. You can see it here: LG publicly claims Apple will release ‘iMac 8K’ with 8K screen this year | 9to5Mac
This can be a Little bit stupid because actually there are no components to support that resolution fluently (But Windows 10 will). That's why I think this is a Little bit strange.
I'd like to know if this is true because if I'm right LG posted that in the April Fool day. Also, when you try to enter the official link to that post (to verify if the information is true) YOU DON'T HAVE PERMISSION: April Fools?
Do you think that Apple is going to launch an 8k iMac?
And also I'd like to know why we cannot see the LG oficial page where it says that stuff (http://lgdnewsroom.com/
). The page is like "invisible".
This is the image to the oficial post by LG.
A few hours ago I was trying to see why cannot we see the content of that page and the browser says: "The browser can connect to the page, but the web rejected to show information, you must be logged to see the info". If you try to connect you'll see that the web is totally White (you don't have permission to watch the page).
Open Google Translator and try to translate that page to another language. Your browser will told you the message I writte before: "You must be logged to watch the content".
What's happening? Did LG make a mistake?
I hope you can help me.