Although Apple has begun the transition from LCD panels to OLED on its iPhone, the latter is available for more and more models, it doesn't appear that it will follow the same path as its other devices. Although on the Apple Watch we also get these kinds of panels, Liquid liquid crystal (LCD) companies continue to be used on tablets, laptops and desktop-in-one desktop.
Instead of OLED, Apple would bet using mini-LED panels. It is the emergence of LED panels that we know, miniaturizing the design and its size to achieve maximum density to provide high image quality. In addition, pure white colors and a more dynamic range will be available, something of an OLED panel.
There have been rumors about mini-LED panels on Apple devices for a long time. By August 2019 it had been announced that the first iPad and MacBook with this kind of screens would arrive in late 2020 or early 2021, according to Ming-Chi Kuo. Now, DigiTimes also supports analyst predictions.
Apple will also include mini-LED panels on various monitor models
Earlier this week, Keo predicted that by the end of 2021 we would see Apple's six devices with mini-LED panels, including the new iPad 7.9 ", 10.2" and 12.9 ", as well as Mac Pro 27", MacBook Pro 14 "and MacBook Pro 16". DigiTimes reports that for the first time the 12.9 "iPad Pro and MacBook with mini-LED panels will arrive by the end of 2020.
Taiwanese media have revealed that Apple will adopt this technology for most monitoring models, however it is not clear whether it is referred to those Mac or Mac Pro or external monitors
Use mini-LED panels that would allow Apple to donate reduced devices have characteristics that are very close to those of OLED, as a high grade strong and black pure. This drop can be used to integrate large batteries, in the case of iPad, or to make laptops and computers "lighter."
Via | MacRumors