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The mini-LED screens will reach the iPad and MacBook Pro next year

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Ming-Chi Kuo has again pronounced, according to 9to5mac, and has just revealed important developments related to the technology of mini-LED screens. According to the analyst, this new type of screens will reach the company's iPad and MacBook line in 2020.

Kuo's information is that Apple bring the mini-LED screens to 4 or 6 devices over time, but that change start with the 12.9 inch iPad Pro in the third quarter of 2020. Kuo says that this iPad Pro model feature the mini LED display and a much more powerful A14X processor. So everything indicates that we will not see new iPad Pro for another year.

Mini LED screens can be the future of Apple

The mini-LED panels have many advantages over OLED technology while maintaining many of its benefits. The mini-LED screens are thinner and more efficient in terms of energy consumption, and also do not suffer burns like OLEDs. They also offer a wide range of colors, high contrast ratios, high dynamic range and good localized attenuation. Finally, the mini-LED panels allow create curved, flexible and almost frameless panels without quality or visualization being affected.

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The iPad Pro is Apple's first important device to use mini-LED technology and the next to be the new MacBook Pro, which They will switch to these types of screens in late 2020 or early 2021. However, Apple wants to extend this technology to more devices and will be able to launch up to 6 products in total with mini-LED screens between 2020 and 2021.

The mini-LED technology is not the same as microLED, another technology that Apple is investigating to adopt, mainly, in the Apple Watch. The company has several screen technologies on the table and very soon make the leap, surely improving the current experience.