The next MacBook Pro should come with a small LED display

During Apple’s keynote speech on April 20, 2021, the 16-inch MacBook Pro was not mentioned, but rumors are expecting a small screen to appear by the end of the year.

The new iMac M1 and iPad Pro mini LED were officially announced at Apple’s keynote in April, and while many were expecting the MacBook Pro, nothing was revealed about it. For now, the large reach noise is reminiscent of the 14- and 16-inch versions of these future models. Since we can hold our breath, the M1 SoC is more powerful, sometimes referred to as the M1X or M2, with more cores and improved performance compared to Apple’s current internal processor. The HDMI port and SD card reader are expected to be reset (reset), while the MagSafe power connector is also back. The Sterling Pond De la Die?

The advent of miniature technology is becoming increasingly apparent.

Taiwan Surface Mounting Technology (TSMT), a major supplier to Apple that already produces the miniature display for the iPad Pro, has said it will expand its production capacity with the same screen type in preparation for the arrival of two new MacBooks. The discoveries that always fuel the announcement of the 14-inch and 16-inch MacBook Pro, which in turn will be adorned with mini LED technology. It finally makes sense after implementing it on iPad Pro. In any case, it is an element that can stand out a little more than the MacBook Pro than the MacBook Air, at the moment it is somewhat comparable in terms of aesthetics and performance.

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What are the benefits of this technology?

Small LED display consists of thousands, even tens of thousands of miniature LED lights, unlike traditional LED screens which contain only a few hundred. Panel brightness is much higher and contrast ratio is better. For example, entire sections of the LED panel can be turned off to provide deeper blacks and reduce halo effects (Flowers). Finally, the coverage of the color space is wider and the colors should be more accurate.

While we await the official announcements from Apple, we will keep you updated on the items arriving at us before we hope to test these new screens in the second half of 2021.

Winton Frazier

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