Apple will equip MacBook Air with a mini-LED screen next year
After Apple introduced the iPad Pro model with mini-LED, mini-LED has become the focus of many consumers, and many users expect Apple to introduce new display technology into the Macbook series. There has been news that Apple will release redesigned 14-inch and 16-inch Macbook Pro models, equipped with a new self-developed chip with stronger performance, and will be equipped with a mini-LED display.
Due to the impact of all links in the entire supply chain, Apple’s partners have been experiencing continuous delays, and the release time has been delayed. In order to ensure a stable supply of mini-LED displays, Apple also rarely invested $200 million to expand the surface mount technology (SMT) assembly capabilities of its partners to meet the demand for its miniLED backlight devices. Individual Apple supply chain manufacturers may also have to optimize their production lines and increase additional production capacity in order to make shipments meet expectations.
According to reports from AppleInsider, Apple will undoubtedly gradually switch to mini-LED displays. In addition to the new Macbook Pro models that users are concerned about, Apple will also introduce mini-LED displays to the newly designed MacBook Air series next year. In addition to the mini-LED display, the new MacBook Air models will also be equipped with a MagSafe magnetic charging port and USB4 port. In addition, it will also be equipped with an improved version of M1, M2. Its CPU part has 8 cores, which are 4 high-performance cores and 4 efficiency cores. In addition, the GPU part has 9 or 10 cores. The new chip frequency will be higher than M1.