- Tram Ho
After more than a decade of releasing LCD tablets, this year Apple is expected to switch to mini-LED displays, with the iPad Pro 2021 line. The new panel technology will help improve brightness and brightness. contrast, while not increasing power consumption.
However, the mini-LED display may just be a stepping stone, for Apple to launch iPads with OLED screens. According to reports from Apple’s supply chain, at least one iPad model with an OLED display will be released in 2022.
Apple’s first OLED iPad will be released alongside a MacBook OLED, but there’s still little information available at the moment. OLED panels will offer much better contrast and brightness than mini-LEDs, while at the same time helping to save battery life, but will also have higher production costs.
To make up for production costs, it appears that Apple will only launch a high-end iPad Pro model with an OLED panel, with a higher selling price. This new iPad Pro OLED model is likely to be released sometime in September or October 2022.
The new iPad Pro model will not only have an OLED display, but will also get a new design change. Apple has also not had many design changes on the iPad Pro, since 2018 until now.
Source : Genk