A famous and reliable Apple analyst has denied the claims about the screens to be used in the new iPads. While the 2022 version of the iPad Air is expected to use an OLED screen, according to this analyst, an LCD screen will be used again.
Many previous reports mentioned that Apple will release an iPad Air with an OLED display next year. However, according to a new claim, these reports may not be accurate.
Apple analyst Ming-Chi Kuo, whose claims have been true many times before, will also be on the iPads that Apple will release in 2022. Will not shy away from LCD technology He claimed. Allegedly, the reason behind the company’s decision is that OLED displays do not fit Apple’s performance-cost balance.
Although reports since March have suggested that Apple will use an OLED display in the next iPad Air, that plan has been canceled, according to Kuo. Because the screens with this technology did not provide the cost and performance balance that Apple wanted. According to the plan, Mini-LED technology, which provides more protection against burning, would also be used in Pro devices. According to the new decision, in the Air model TFT-LCD technology will be used.
To continue from LCD
Apple first used Mini-LED technology in the 12.9-inch iPad Pros released earlier this year. This type of screen To 14- and 16-inch MacBook Pros It is also expected to arrive. The 11-inch iPad Pros, which will be released in 2022, will also have a Mini-LED display, as stated in previous claims.
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According to Kuo, Apple is currently continuing its studies and research on screens that can be used especially on tablet devices. One of the most remarkable works in the company’s 5-year plans is foldable devices. The analyst claims that it is 3 more years for such a device to be released.