Apple rolled up sleeves to start the Mini LED era on their devices

US-based technology giant Apple, which switched to OLED display on iPhones and not surprised with LCD screen on MacBooks, is now acting for Mini LEDs. The company plans to use a mini LED screen in its future products.


According to analyst Ming-Chi Kuo, Apple is currently working on six different products that will feature Mini LED display technology. A new MacBook Pro , which is said to have a 14.1-inch screen, is also included. If the rumors are true, this device will be the upgraded version of the 13.3-inch variant.


Other Apple products that allegedly use the Mini LED display will be the 12.9-inch iPad Pro, the 27-inch iMac Pro, the 10.2-inch iPad, and the 16-inch MacBook Pro. It looks like the US-based company is also working on the 7.9-inch iPad mini with Mini LED display.


Mini LED decision from Apple



Meanwhile  in China, engaged in manufacturing and Corona projected decline in revenues between March with expectations for Apple's hearth because of the virus, it is said to be affected by the epidemic of product research and development activities for the Mini LED. Along with the new products, it is also said that the company will bring a new breath to its market.


Apple products will come with Mini LED


According to analyst Kuo, some of these devices will appear in 2020. Others will be available in the coming years. It is stated that in 2020, the 12.9-inch iPad Pro and the 16-inch MacBook Pro with Mini LED display can be offered to users. On the other hand  , it is an interesting development that Apple Watch is not included in this list.


Apple's  decision to switch from OLED to Mini LED is behind the scenes to avoid the 'burn-in'  problem. Another goal of the company is to end the dependency on Samsung in OLED supply. It is estimated that this change will be implemented next year on iPhones. We will continue to tell you about the developments regarding Apple's Mini LED works.