Apple iPad Pro and MacBook Pro to use new OLED tech allowing higher brightness
A new report from The Elec suggests that Apple will introduce iPad Pro and MacBook Pro models with double-stack OLED displays that have two layers of the light-emitting diodes and thus achieving double the brightness. This seems to be in line with an earlier rumor from September.
The current issue is that the tech is expensive and the manufacturing process is not fully developed so the sources familiar with the matter say the first units won't arrive until 2023 or 2024. We do know, however, that the price of the panels would allow Apple to use those only on the 11-inch and 12.9-inch iPad Pro models and the MacBook Pro laptops.
Of course, these displays will also adopt the LTPO tech for the TFT and will allow granular control over refresh rate - anything between 10Hz and 120Hz.
Looking ahead, we can also expect micro-LED displays on future Apple devices as the company is reportedly investing in the research and development of those.
- 21 Jan 2022
People love to talk bad about OLED displays here, it's honestly quite sad.... or hilarious... tbh I don't know at this point...
- 05 Nov 2021
About time Apple releases their iPads and Macbooks with OLED like their competitors. People in my office always mock my Apple devices that they can't bear to look at my low contrast displays while they all run OLED tablets and laptops and I'...
- 05 Nov 2021
You people don't really know anything about displays, they have advantages and disadvantages, but they were far from being garbage, It looks excellent to me and I never had issues with it!