Jun 01, 2021 News
Following the recent adoption of mini-LED screens in the highest-end 12.9-inch iPad Pro, Apple plans to adopt OLED display technology in 'some' iPad models next year. The report quoted, Apple will use OLED displays instead of LCDs in some iPad models starting in 2022.
Apple currently uses OLED displays on higher-end iPhones and all Apple Watch models, while the remaining product lines continue to use LCD technology.
Samsung and LG currently provide the OLED displays of Apple products, and ETNews believes that these two suppliers will also offer OLED displays for future iPads.
Last month, Apple launched a new 12.9-inch iPad Pro, which uses mini-LED technology. Compared with LCD, it has deeper blacks, stronger contrast, and higher brightness. Apple is expected to continue to use mini-LED display technology in new MacBook Pro models this year at the earliest.