A recent report released by the Economic Daily News has announced that the Taiwanese company InnoLux It is already receiving orders from Apple to supply a future iPad Pro with mini-LED panels.
The report indicates that the company InnoLux I had already sent samples to Apple and finally those of Cupertino have chosen it to be the mass manufacturer of mini-LED panels for the future iPad Pro that is expected to be presented in the third quarter of 2020.
According to analyst Ming Chi Kuo, Apple plans to launch four to six products between the next two to three years that include this technology, including high-end models of the iPad. As Kuo himself indicates, The mini-LED technology offers an enhanced entertainment and productivity experience, while allowing for thinner and lighter devices offering many of the benefits provided by OLED screens such as high contrast, higher brightness or deeper blacks.
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Not only InnoLux will benefit from this hiring since Apple is expected to need more manufacturing. This is why according to Ming Chi Kuo LG and GIS (General Interface Solution) They will be responsible for supporting the manufacture of these new panels, while other well-known companies such as TSMT, Epistar, Zhen Ding Technology or Flexium Interconnect will also be supplying components related to the new screens.
For now we had a renewal of the iPad Pro range for next spring, adding the already sounded three cameras to the Apple tablet. It will be strange to see Apple present an ace device in the spring and before it was finished this year or update it again With new screens. We may see the launch of this new iPad Pro delayed and not occur until the third quarter as Kuo indicated in order to implement all this technology at once. For the moment we will stay tuned, and with an eye on the future presentation that Apple will foreseeably next month.