Apple will provide OLED display in its products in the relatively near future? Rumors have frequently circulated in recent months that have not materialized, but details have become increasingly consistent.
For Ross Young, an analyst at DSCC Research, The transition will take place in 2024 and MacBook Air and tablet iPad Pro 11 and 12.9 inches Equipped with this screen technology.
As recently rumored, it evokes the use of a dual-layer OLED display to boost brightness and reduce power consumption, while also using LTPO to ensure a dynamic screen refresh of 120 Hz.
Finally from LCD to OLED?
The iPad Pro tablet has ProMotion technology, which already provides variability in refresh rate, but LTPO can be reduced to 1 Hz and increase the autonomy of the device.
If Apple is still relying on LCD screens in its tablets for the time being, the company will kick off the first evolution by offering Mini-LED backlighting, providing better area brightness control and reducing power consumption.
Switching to OLED will enhance contrast and eliminate the need for backlighting for thinner products. Rumor has it that China’s BOE could produce this type of display, at least if it retains its supplier status.