Apple provides its professional 10-bit HDR 6K monitor Apple Pro Display XDR with the possibility to implement user-defined reference modes via firmware update. Precondition for the update is macOS 10.15.4.
Apple Pro Display XDR - user defined Pro Display XDR reference modes
Custom Pro Display XDR Reference Modes allow you to customize color space, white point, luminance, and transfer function options to meet specific workflow requirements. It complements existing standard reference modes such as Pro Display XDR (P3, 1600 Nits), Apple Display (P3, 500 Nits), HDR Video (P3-ST 2084), HDTV Video (BT.709-BT.1886 ), NTSC Video (BT.601 SMPTE-C),PAL and SECAM Video (BT.601 EBU), Digital Cinema (P3-DCI), Digital Cinema (P3-D65), Design and Printing (P3-D50), Photography (P3-D65) and Internet/Web (sRGB). For details on configuration, see here.
Apple&s Pro Display XDR costs around 5,500 euro (6,500 euro with matt nano textured glass) and has a 32 inch LCD panel with a 20 MP resolution of 6,016 x 3,384 pixels. It supports the full P3 color space, true 10-bit colors and native film refresh rates such as 47.95Hz, 48.00Hz, 50.00Hz, 59.94Hz and 60.00Hz.
Apple Pro Display XDR
A special feature is the backlighting with 1,000 nits full screen brightness, which can also be kept constant. The peak brightness is as high as 1,600 Nits - a very high value, as HDR monitors can usually only maintain 1,000 Nits in parts of the display for a longer period of time for thermal reasons. Apple claims to have solved this problem with a special thermal management system that uses the aluminium grille pattern (adopted from the new Mac Pro) for airflow. more infos at bei support.apple.com