February 1, 2023

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Finally: the iPad Pro will get an OLED screen in 2024

Apple is working on 11.1 and 13-inch iPad Pros with an OLED display. These models will appear in the first quarter of 2024, according to highly reliable supply analyst Ross Young.

iPad Pro oled 2024

Apple currently uses different screen technologies: LCD, mini-LED, and OLED. Oled can be found at the latest iPhone models Since iPhone 12, but also on Apple Watch and previously on the Touch Bar on the MacBook Pro. Now there are plans to bring OLED to the iPad. OLED displays have better color and contrast and are more energy efficient.

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Currently, Apple sells the 12.9-inch iPad Pro Mini LED and the 11-inch iPad Pro with a traditional LCD display — so the Mini LED is exclusive to the more expensive iPad Pro model. With the expected update of 2024 both IPAD Maybe the same type of screen again.

Bigger screen, is the iPad bigger?

The screen panel for both iPad Pros will be slightly larger: 11 inches becomes 11.1 inches, 12.9 inches becomes 13 inches. This does not necessarily mean that the iPad is getting bigger. What’s most noticeable is that the bezels around the screen are now a fraction narrower. The size of the iPad as a whole does not change.

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Young previously said that Apple would introduce a 14.1-inch iPad Pro in 2023, but now he’s back to that. At the moment, such a device is no longer in operation. However, it cannot be ruled out in the distant future.

2024: Won’t that be a long time?

The latest iPad Pro appeared in October 2022, with the M2 chip and scroll function for iPad Apple Pencil. A new iPad Pro is usually released every year and a half, so it makes sense that it would be the successor to the iPad iPad Pro 2022 It will be published in the spring of 2024.

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Source: Mac rumors