Ahead: The latest iPad Pro is praised for its great little screen, but it's only available in an expensive 12.9-inch model. According to a new report, Apple is set to introduce a small LED version of its 11-inch tablet next year, when the technology is added to its latest MacBooks.
At its Spring Loaded event in April, Apple confirmed the long-running rumors about the upcoming iPad Pro with Mini LED technology and the M1 chip. The larger 12.9-inch tablet has the same Liquid Retina XDR display found in the $5,000 ProDisplay XDR for the Mac Pro. The small 10,000 LED touch screen has 2,596 local dimming zones, 1,000 nits brightness with 1,600 nits peak and a million-to-one contrast ratio. In a note to investors (via AppleInsider), well-known Apple analyst Ming Chi Koo said the Liquid Retina display will be coming down to the 11-inch iPad next year. "We expect new products with Mini LED displays in 2022 to include the 11-inch and 12.9-inch iPad Pro." Analysts believe that Apple will transfer display technology to a number of its devices. Kuo said the 14- and 16-inch MacBook Pro will go into mass production in the third quarter of 2021, and the redesigned MacBook Air with Liquid Retina XDR display will enter the market in 2022.
It has been reported The Mini LED production was not beyond the limitations of the 12.9-inch iPad Pro prior to release, and by ordering from Apple's website, it still has a shipping time of 2-3 weeks, while the 11-inch model is listed 3 up to 5 days. I hope that as more Apple Mini LED devices are produced, the problems will be resolved. p>
Analyst: Next year, Mini LED technology will come to iPad Pro, 11-inch MacBooks