Movies that take place in the future should never use current actual technology unless it's supposed to be retro. In short order, it looks ridiculously out of date. It always bothered me on the original Star Trek that all the large displays had a 1.33:1 aspect ratio. If they can make an unbelievable realistic looking ape from motion capture and CGI, it shouldn't be too hard to make a prop that looks like the future, like something with a paper thin display or that projects into the air, but is still readable.
Now in this case, once society supposedly fell apart at the end of the "Rise..." film, there probably wasn't any further technological development, so equipment consistent with whatever that date was supposed to be would actually be fine. Unless everyone at Apple, working at the completed spaceship campus (since the film supposedly takes place at least a few years into the future) was isolated enough and didn't get the virus. But even that wouldn't matter because they wouldn't have anyone to sell to.
Or..paraphrasing Bob Newhart: "You put 50 apes in a room for X years and they design: (insert your technology joke here)."