IPad Pro with OLED display could land in mid-2021

  • iPad Pro 2021 will be equipped with a mini-LED screen.

For several months, it has been rumored that Apple is preparing to integrate mini-LED screens into its products. It would be the first Apple product to take advantage of this display technology.

Switching to this display technology would be a big leap forward for the Apple-based firm as it offers many benefits, including deeper blacks, richer colors, better backlighting, and lower power consumption. And the first product that could take advantage of that would be the iPad Pro.

Rumors about iPad Pro 2021

A new report from Korean media ET news indeed reaffirms the prediction of specialist analyst Ming-Chi Kuo regarding the iPad Pro and also specifies that the first Apple product equipped with a mini-LED screen would be launched during the first semester of 2021.
According to various rumors, the firm at apple would unveil two iPad Pro in 2021.

Mini-LED screen for iPad Pro 2021

The first would be presented during the first half of the year and would be equipped with a mini-LED screen that offers increased brightness and which is less energy-intensive than OLED. The second new iPad Pro model would be presented in the second half of 2021 and would feature an OLED display.

In its report, The Elec also confirms that mini-LED technology would first appear on the iPad Pro before OLED will arrive later. This model could potentially be delayed depending on the adoption of the iPad Pro mini-LED.

If The Elec has seen it right in the past, especially with regard to the adoption of the LiDAR sensor on the iPad Pro, the timetable set here seems rather aggressive. In less than a year, Apple would offer two versions of the iPad Pro with two different display technologies, which would still be surprising.

Alex Canfield

Alex is a reporter who covers mainly Facebook and Alphabet. He also covers other consumer internet companies, like Snap and Twitter. Previously he was a senior reporter for Business Insider and Cheddar. He was the 2018 recipient of SABEW’s Larry Birger Young Business Journalist Award. He is currently based in New York City and is originally from Louisville, Kentucky. Email:[email protected]

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