Next year Apple will not supply the iPad Air with an OLED display, says analyst at TF Securities Ming-Chi Kuo. Apple considered this, but refrained from doing so because it would likely hold back the iPad Pro and make the quality and cost not in line with expectations.
The arrival of the iPad Air with an OLED screen will stand in the way of the iPad Pro, as it will have a small LED screen next year, Apple Melt from the inside. It would be hard to explain why the iPad Pro is so expensive with screen technology that doesn’t look so expensive. In addition, suppliers were unable to provide OLED screens for the iPad Air at the cost and quality requested by Apple, the site writes.
Earlier this year The rumor came out Apple wants to release an iPad Air with a 10.8-inch OLED screen next year. According to Kuo, the company is due to the TFT LCD screen like the current iPad Air. iPad Pro 12.9 already has a small LED screen in the current version with the new generation, the 11-inch version will also have a small LED screen.
Apple will also equip the upcoming MacBook Pro with a small LED display. Screen technology, where the lighting behind the pixels comes from thousands of LEDs that create many dimmable areas to increase contrast, will come in the new 14 and 16 laptop variants. These laptops will be released this year and Apple will show them in the coming weeks. He writes for financial news agency Bloomberg.
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