This year Apple brought a new iPad Pro, not only equipped with M1 chip and 12.9-inch using a new mini-LED display.
Compared with LCD, it provides deeper blacks, higher contrast and higher brightness. According to reports, Apple plans to use OLED displays on other iPads starting next year.
Currently, only the iPhone and Apple Watch are equipped with OLED displays in Apple products. According to reports, Apple plans to use OLED displays on some iPads starting next year.
According to the report, Apple will use OLED instead of LCD in some iPad models starting in 2022.
However, the content did not specify which models will switch from LCD technology to OLED technology, but previous analyst Mingqi Guo once pointed out that next year’s mid-range iPad Air will be updated to an OLED display.
The OLED displays in Apple products are currently supplied by Samsung and LG, and ETNews believes that these two will also be suppliers of iPad OLED displays in the future.