Apple currently uses LED-backlit LCD displays for its MacBook series and iPad series in order to achieve higher contrast, dark black, and bright white display effects.
As early as September of last year, we reported that Apple will release the iPad series and MacBook series equipped with Mini-LED between the end of this year and the middle of next year.
The mini-led display has about 10,000 LED beads, so it can provide better color expression and contrast. At the same time, Mini-LED can be lighter and thinner than the OLED display.
Today, a well-known Apple product analyst, Ming-Chi Kuo revealed that Apple is currently developing six devices equipped with Mini-LED displays. At the same time, these devices are “12.9-inch iPad Pro, a 27-inch iMac Pro in 4Q20, a 14.1-inch MacBook Pro (upgraded from 13.3-inch), a 16-inch MacBook Pro, a 10.2-inch iPad, and a 7.9-inch iPad mini in 2020.”
Probably the most prominent of these is the MacBook Pro 14.1-inch. It is expected that Apple will launch it with the MacBook Pro 16-inch at the end of this year, and it is estimated that the launch time will be the end of this year.