According to an analyst Ming-chi Kuo study, Apple plans to add a Mini-LED display to the 11-inch iPad Pro in 2022 after the introduction of the technology in this year’s 12.9-inch model. The note was announced AppleInsider and MacRumors.
This year, Apple released new versions of the 11- and 12.9-inch iPad Pro, both with M1 processors, but only a larger model, including a Mini LED display. Mini LED is a new display technology that involves using thousands of small LEDs to create targeted local dimming ranges, improving contrast and HDR performance. The 12.9-inch iPad Pro has 2,500 local dimming areas.
Kuo also says that Apple plans to bring Mini LED monitors to the MacBook line. The 14- and 16-inch Mini LEDs are reported to be in production during this quarter, while Kuo believes the revamped MacBook Air display technology will be released in 2022. done before, also saying that cheaper iPad models would switch to OLED panels.
Mini-LED technology was reported has caused delivery restrictions on the new iPad Pro before its release earlier this year. The device is still not easily in stock, and Apple estimates delivery times for most models from two to three weeks on its U.S. website.