Apple plans to add a Mini LED display to the 11-inch iPad Pro in 2022, following the introduction of the technology in the 12.9-inch model this year, according to a research note from analyst Ming-chi Kuo. The note was reported by AppleInsider Y MacRumors.
Apple released new versions of the 11-inch and 12.9-inch iPad Pro this year, both with M1 processors, but only the larger model that includes a Mini LED display. Mini LED is a new display technology that involves using thousands of tiny LEDs to create focused local dimming zones, allowing for better contrast and HDR performance. The 12.9-inch iPad Pro has 2,500 local dimming zones.
Kuo also says that Apple plans to bring Mini LED displays to the MacBook line. The 14-inch and 16-inch Mini LED models will reportedly go into production this quarter, while Kuo believes a redesigned MacBook Air with display technology will launch in 2022. That’s a claim he’s made before, and he also says that cheaper iPad models would switch to OLED panels.
Mini LED technology was reported to have been the cause of the new iPad Pro’s supply limitations ahead of its launch earlier this year. The device is not yet available, and Apple estimates shipping times for most models on its US website to range from two to three weeks.
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Esta nota es parte de la red de Wepolis y fué publicada por California Corresponsal el 2021-07-09 06:19:18 en:
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