Ming-Chi Kuo assures that the first Apple device with Mini-LED technology will be a new iPad Pro that would arrive soon
The first Apple device to have a Mini-LED screen will be the new iPad Pro, according to Apple analyst Ming-Chi Kuo and makes it public in a new research note distributed by MacRumors and AppleInsider. In this report, Kuo notes that the Mini-LED display components will be mass-produced by the fourth quarter of this year, although it was not clear when the new iPad Pro might be released.
Last year, Kuo predicted the launch of the new iPad Pro with enhanced display technology for the third quarter of 2020 and it should be noted that Apple last updated its iPad Pro lineup in March.
Apple has long been rumored to be developing six devices with the new display technology, which offers similar benefits to OLED technology, such as localized dimming for deeper blacks and higher contrast, but without the downside of premature wear and tear. .
Apple to launch devices with Mini-LED screens
It does this by using a series of thousands of tiny LEDs as a backlight, which can be individually turned on and off to provide a sharper contrast between bright and dark areas of an image.
Recall that in March, Kuo said that these six devices would be a 12.9-inch iPad Pro, a 27-inch iMac Pro, a new 14.1-inch MacBook Pro, a 16-inch MacBook Pro, a 10.2-inch iPad and an iPad Mini. 7.9 inches.
The iMac Pro would reportedly launch in the fourth quarter of this year, when according to Kuo a new 16-inch MacBook Pro would also arrive, while the new iPad mini was said to arrive sometime this year, although there is the He doubts whether these release dates have been changed due to the coronavirus pandemic.
On the other hand, Kuo recently said that Apple is accelerating its adoption of the new display technology, and it seems very logical because now Apple has more Mini-LED suppliers to choose from, reducing costs.