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MacBook and iPad Pro could become OLED sooner than we thought

MacBook and iPad Pro could become OLED sooner than we thought

Rumors about Apple products tend to linger for a while before anything emerges. We’re talking years here. If you hear a whisper about a change in display technology, for example, it could take 4-5 years.

Such has been the case with the repeated claim that the Cupertino tech gods plan to release MacBooks and iMacs with OLED screens, joining the lineup of iPhones that currently have OLED screens.

Reports on Friday now indicate that could happen as early as 2024. Ross Young, the often-reliable CEO of Display Supply Chain Consultants, thinks a MacBook Pro, MacBook Air (or MacBook) could arrive with the rich display technology. in functions. . He also says that the 11-inch and 12.9-inch iPad Pro models could arrive in the same year with OLED.

In a tweet shared with his “super” followers (via Gizmodo), he wrote: “It seems increasingly likely that Apple will release a 13.3-inch OLED laptop in 2024 in addition to the 11-inch OLEDs and the iPad. 12.9 inches. Pro. It’s expected to be a MacBook Air, but it could potentially become a MacBook, a MacBook Pro, or a new category.

From previous reports on the question, the first suggested that Apple is launching for iPad and MacBook OLED ahead of 2025. Lorsqu’ils arrivedront, les écrans pourront utiliser une structure en tandem à deux piles, mais il reste des obstacles financiers to take into account.

A report from The Elec last November explained: “The structure stacks two layers of red, green and blue emission layers, which doubles the luminance and extends the life of the panel. It also needs thin-film transistor (TFT) technology that acts as switches for the pixels. This technology is considered necessary because tablets and PCs have a longer lifespan than smartphones.

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