Apple is planning to transition its MacBook and iPad lines to OLED screens in the coming years. A new report from ETNews says the next generation iPad mini will have an 8.7-inch OLED screen.
Recent reports show that Apple plans to replace traditional screens with OLED screens in the coming years for MacBook and iPad devices.
Expected to launch in 2026, the seventh-generation mini iPad is rumored to have a large 8.7-inch OLED screen, providing a better visual experience than the previous generation’s 8.3-inch screen, according to GsmArena .
technology While OLED has created a stir in smartphones, Apple is taking it to the next level by introducing a single LTPS (thin bezel design, resolution, and density) OLED display. higher pixel density than Full HD+). This advanced display technology not only provides bright colors and excellent contrast but also improves energy efficiency.
According to experts, Apple plans to start the transition to OLED by introducing 11-inch and 13-inch iPad Pro models in 2024. It is expected that these iPad Pros will have LTPO technology, helping to enhance the ability to display and energy efficiency.
It is known that OLED displays offer high durability, reduced energy consumption, and extended lifespan. By embracing this technology, Apple not only meets consumer demand for better images but also sets a precedent for the future of display technology.