Originally expected in March, the new iPad Pro with mini LED screen could finally be pushed back to a touch later within the year.
Rumors suggest that Apple may introduce new products next week. These noises of corridors evoke new AirPods, which seems finally compromised, the famous AirTags that we hear about for a short time , but also the renewal of iPad Pro, including a mini LED slab.
Later Production :
According to DigiTimes, which is reported by MacRumors, the launch of an iPad equipped with a mini LED screen seems compromised at the top of the primary quarter:
Epistar has become the exclusive supplier of mini LED chips to be used in 12.9-inch iPad Pros backlit by mini LEDs, with nearly 50% of tablet production capacity and mass deliveries expected within the second quarter of 2021.
This data stays remains to be confirmed, the wellsprings of DigiTimes being different and at times opposing. However, with deliveries expected within the second quarter, we should always not await an exit until a minimum of the top of April, if not a touch later.
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In the wake of the announcement, Jon Prosser, a so-called leaker, tweeted that the announcements he said were expected at the top of March would finally be postponed until April. Its reliability being very random, it’ll be necessary to attend for confirmation of a more credible source before it are often confirmed.
The Mini LED :
As a reminder, the mini LED remains a backlit LCD slab but by smaller diodes. Their reduced size allows them to regulate the lighted areas so as to supply more contrast and a reduced halo effect while retaining all the benefits of LCD (including high brightness for example).
At the start of 2021, the mini LED has made a sensational entrance with many TV manufacturers who have adopted it in a minimum of one among their ranges. the important revolution, however, will come from the adoption of micro LED.
At Apple, variety of devices are expected to choose mini LED soon, whether within the iPad or MacBook range. It remains to be seen when.