Apple plans to release new iPad Pro models with 11-inch and 12.9-inch OLED displays in the future, according to a report published today by Ross Young, co-founder and CEO of Display Supply Chain Consultants.
“Looking at tablets after 2022, we expect to see Apple reshape this category again with the launch of OLED iPad Pros,” Young wrote. While mini-LED display technology is currently limited to the 12.9-inch iPad Pro, with the 11-inch iPad Pro mini-LED not expected to be released this year, Young believes OLED models will be available in both sizes.
Young cited a recent report from a Korean website electricity which claimed that LG aims to provide OLED screens for the 11-inch and 12.9-inch iPad Pro models, while Samsung is also said to be aiming to provide OLED screens for the 11-inch model only. The report said that these iPad Pro models are currently expected to be launched in 2024.
electricity He claimed that the OLED displays would be low-power LTPO panels, which could allow future iPad Pro models to have a wider ProMotion refresh rate range between 10Hz and 120Hz, in line with the iPhone 13 Pro models. iPad Pro models already support ProMotion since 2017, but with a refresh rate of between 24Hz and 120Hz. A refresh rate as low as 10Hz will allow for more power efficiency.
The monitors are also expected to use a dual-stack tandem structure for increased brightness and longer life, electricity He said.
Young has proven to be a reliable source of screen-related information for future Apple products. Last year, for example, he accurately claimed that the new iPad mini will have an 8.3-inch screen with the home button removed. It was also the first to report that the 14-inch and 16-inch MacBook Pro will feature ProMotion displays.
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