Kuo stated that the components of the Mini-LED screen will be mass produced in the last quarter of this year, although it is unclear when the new iPad Pro will be launched.
Last year, Kuo predicted the launch in the third quarter of 2020 of the new iPad Pro with improved display technology.
Apple last updated the iPad Pro lineup in March, and it has long been rumored that Apple is developing six devices with the new display technology, which offer similar advantages to OLED technology – such as local dimming for deeper blacks and higher contrast – without the downside of In combustion of pixels.
Mini-LED technology uses thousands of small LED backlighting lights that can be switched on and off individually to provide a sharper contrast between bright and dark areas of an image.
Kuo said in March: These six devices are (iPad Pro) measuring 12.9 inches, (iMac Pro) measuring 27 inches, (MacBook Pro) measuring 14.1 inches, (MacBook Pro) measuring 16 inches, and (iPad) It measures 10.2 inches, and the iPad mini measures 7.9 inches.
The iMac Pro is said to be launched in the fourth quarter of this year – when Kuo also predicted that we would see a new 16-inch MacBook Pro.
While the new iPad mini has been said to be coming sometime this year, it is not clear if the planned release dates have changed due to the coronavirus pandemic.
Regardless of release dates, Kuo recently said: Apple is accelerating its adoption of new display technology, and Apple is said to now have more Mini-LED suppliers to choose from, driving down prices.
Kuo predicts that between 30 and 40 percent of iPads shipped in 2021 will contain the new display technology, along with 20 to 30 percent of MacBooks.
Apple’s (iPad Pro) lineup could use the new display technology, after announcing the new 10.9-inch iPad Air last week.
And with an updated chipset, USB-C port, support for Apple Pencil and Magic Keyboard, iPad Air offers many of the key features of iPad Pro at a much cheaper price.
The Mini-LED display can help the new iPad Pro stand out from the rest of the iPad lineup so that the technology is cheap enough to be used everywhere.