Apple has canceled plans to give the upcoming iPad Air an OLED screen. This puts someone well known. The company cares about the cost and quality of the intended board.
Read on after the announcement.
There is no OLED display for the upcoming iPad Air
Last March, famous Apple analyst Ming-Chi Kuo claimed that iPad Air with OLED screen next year they will get. It’s now back to that, according to a document in my hands Mac rumors. According to Koo, the cost and quality of the offering is disappointing.
We’ll never know if Apple plans to release a file iPad Air To be equipped with an OLED screen in 2022. With such a display there will be no reason for many people to go for the highest cost iPad Pro to pick. The 11-inch version now has a regular LCD screen.
Kuo still believes that the 11-inch iPad Pro will switch to mini-LED next year. This seems like a reasonable expectation. The 12.9-inch model already has such a screen. Mini LED offers higher contrast than regular LCD screens. The color reproduction and black tones are also much better. However, Oled remains superior in this area. However, the mini-LED achieves a higher brightness and a much lower risk of burning.
So how will Apple upgrade the iPad Air?
How will Apple upgrade the iPad Air if the next version does not have an OLED screen? In any case, the tablet is likely to get a faster processor. The current iPad Air runs on the A14 chip, while it is cheaper iPad mini Now the A15 processor is on board. This is the same chip in iPhone 13 sitting. This is of course very strange.
Another possibility is that the iPad Air will get a ProMotion display. This screen is now only found on Pro models and ensures all pixels are refreshed 120 times per second. This makes the image look smoother.