In April, Apple finally proved that all the rumors of its latest generation of iPad Pro. It has finally moved to mini LED technology to improve the quality of display on its professional tablets. Some are apparently not convinced with the upgrade, but society could not stop there. The rumors now claim that Apple will also change its non-pro iPads from LCD screens and that the OLED transition will happen from 2022.
For years, Apple has retained all its iPad fleet on LCD screens, although its iPhones and Apple watches used OLEDS. Now that it’s finally uni LCD ditch (mini LED always uses LCDs), one might wonder why there is only OLED or mini LED only for all iPads. The reason could be both technical and economic.
OLED was at some point the darling of display technologies because of the way it offered better contrast and blacks deeper. Unfortunately, it is also more likely to burn and Apple probably did not think it’s wise to use this type of display on iPad benefits that will probably always display the same application or content for hours.
Mini LEDs, on the other hand, offers almost the same benefits as OLED, but at higher costs and lower production yields. This would make it less ideal for tastes of the iPad Air and input input ipads due to price factors. These smaller and cheaper tablets would do well with OLED panels because their use is more irregular than iPad benefits
ETNEWS estimates that Samsung and LG will provide OLED screens for next year’s iPads as they do for OLED iPhones. This could also cause an increase in small and medium-sized OLED production that has seen a lull in recent years due to lack of interest in such devices