Wait for a mini-LED Display
According to a report from DigiTimes, Apple is planning to use super-thin rigid PCB boards from manufacturer Tripod Technology. Volume production will reportedly start in early 2021.
In a more recent note, Kuo says Apple will accelerate its adoption of mini-LED displays in its iPad and Mac lineups.
The analyst believes mini-LED technology will emerge on board 30–40% of iPad shipments and 20–30% of the company's MacBook shipments next year.
According to Kuo, the initial batch of mini-LED displays are headed to the iPad Pro. So there's a very good chance the iPad Pro is first, or among the first, to have this tech on board.
If you're unfamiliar, mini-LED has some advantages over the LCD and OLED displays you find on most devices out there on the market right now including the 2020 iPad Pro models.
Mini-LED displays offer higher contrast. They're also less prone to some of the burn-in issues that sometimes plague OLED displays.
They also provide deeper blacks, higher brightness, and they're also more power-efficient which could help improved overall battery life.
If this sounds like something you'd be interested in, think about holding out and waiting.
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