The new iPad Pro may be the first tablet to feature a Mini-LED display. If this becomes true, then we will have a large number of devices with large and high-quality screens.
According to Digitimes, Information about the first iPad coming next year is now available. The next iPad will feature many of the same features as the latest iPad Pro; meaning the company is still trying to replace your laptop with a tablet.
The next-generation iPad Pro, in turn, should be the first device with the new A-series chip to be used in Apple mobile devices throughout the year.
The 12.9-inch iPad Pro will likely have a display that beats all other iPads, and more likely the latest iPhones. Moreover, it is with the iPad Pro that, according to rumors, the expansion of new displays made using Mini-LED technology will begin.
The sources of Digitimes also revealed that Apple is ready to launch a new iPhone lineup with flexible OLED panels. According to their materials, the next iPhone will not be a clamshell. The company will again make rounded edges, but with an emphasis on the “screen-waterfall” form factor.
MacBook Pro & iPad Pro with Apple M1, Mini-LED displays will come in H1 2021
Apple has pretty much revolutionized its PC division with the introduction of its ARM-based MacBook featuring the company’s Apple M1 ARM chipset. This chipset basically is an Apple A14 on steroids, seriously on steroids. It is quite powerful and efficient for most tasks. The terrain for this chipset arrival was prepared with the release of macOS Big Sur, the company’s new software with special optimization and support for ARM-based apps. Now, with the M1 established, the company is moving on to improve this technology and implement new ground-breaking techs like the highly-anticipated mini-LED display tech. According to reports, Apple is about to ship with the first MacBook Pro and iPad Pro models in the first half of 2021. The devices will come with mini-LED displays and Apple M1 SoC.
According to the report, Apple will launch the first mini-LED iPad Pro in the first quarter of 2021. Anytime between January and March next year. The company will also mass-produce mini-LED MacBook Pro models that will arrive in the second quarter. Many Taiwanese manufactures are getting ready in the mini-LED field for an eventual demand. Apple’s suppliers in Taiwan include LED chip supplier Epistar, test and sorting expert FitTech, SMT service provider Taiwan Meter Technology, Backlight board supplier Zhending Technology, Thermal Solution Supplier Auras Technology, and finally, Process Equipment Manufacturer Quanhuan Technology. All these companies are ready to gain growth momentum from Apple’s mini-LED backlight equipment.