Barclays: Apple iPads will probably be equipped with OLED displays in 2022
There have been many reports that Apple intends to use OLED in the iPad Pro to replace the LED currently used, and the launch time will be in the second half of 2021.

But now according to Barclays analysts from Apple's supply chain sources, the iPad OLED version will not be launched in 2021 for the time being.

Currently, all of Apple's iPad series are equipped with LCD displays.

It was reported last month that Apple plans to launch an iPad Pro equipped with a Mini-LED display in the first half of 2021, and plans to launch a new iPad Pro equipped with an OLED display in the second half of 2021.

In fact, many news indicate that Apple will launch the iPad Pro with mini-LED backlight in the first half of 2021. If the Mini-LED version is really launched, it will definitely not be converted to OLED so quickly in the short term.

It is understood that Mini-LED display can provide good wide color gamut performance, high contrast, high dynamic range and local dimming function, and a longer service life.

At the same time, the use of Mini-LED display will make the product thinner and lighter, and it is not as prone to aging like OLED.

Since the iPhone X was released in 2017, Apple has used OLED displays on the iPhone. In addition, the latest Apple Watch models also use this display.

Compared with LCD displays, the advantages of OLED displays include: higher brightness, better contrast, higher energy efficiency, and wider viewing angles.

The analysis of Apple products predicted by Barclays analysts has always been quite accurate. For example, they first predicted that the iPhone will no longer come with a charger.


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