4 Reasons to Wait for the 2021 iPad Pro & 4 Reasons Not To
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4 Reasons to Wait for the 2021 iPad Pro & 4 Reasons Not To



Wait for a mini-LED Display

Wait for a mini-LED Display

According to analyst Ming-Chi Kuo, Apple is bringing mini-LED backlighting to the iPad Pro line, a new 10.2-inch iPad, iPad mini line, the MacBook Pro line, and the Mac Pro.

Trendforce and leakers on Twitter also claim the technology is headed to the iPad Air line at some point as well. 

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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