Apple iPad (2024) for use with OLED screen with new design

by admin, Monday, 6 June 2022 (2 months ago)

According to a new report by The Elec, Samsung is preparing to build its first OLED Gen 8.5 product line, which could start producing panels in 2024. The report also states that the panels will be used in Apple products. It also states that Apple plans to use OLED panels in its series of tablets and computers. There have been many supply chain reports regarding the OLED iPad. Analysts’ forecasts show that Apple will move its iPad series to OLED screens in the near future. Some of these reports indicate that Apple plans to release an OLED iPad in 2022. However, others suggest that the transition to the latest display technology could happen in 2024.

Apple iPad Air 5

However, The Elec report, noting that Samsung’s new Gen 8.5 product line will not be ready to produce OLED panels until 2024, argues that Apple’s first OLED tablets will use existing product lines from Samsung’s display divisions. and LG.

According to reports, Apple was forced to cancel plans to launch an OLED-based iPad Air in 2022. This is due to issues such as cost, brightness and durability at the time. However, conflicting reports suggest that OLED screens on Apple tablets may arrive sooner.

If The Elec’s report is consistent, it suggests that the 2024 iPad with OLED panels will use a more advanced version of display technology than the panel variants currently on the production line. The latest information suggests that Apple can simultaneously update the 11-inch iPad Pro and the 12.9-inch iPad Pro with OLED panels at the same time.

iPad Pro to bring some upgrades

The iPad Pro will most likely officially arrive in October this year. Current news shows that the iPad Pro 2022 will bring an upgrade in design. The screen will follow the mini LED technology in the 2021 model.

In addition, this year’s iPad Pro will offer an extremely narrow frame and the screen ratio will increase significantly. This tablet will come with the popular notch screen. However, the company will upgrade the notch structure and it will be less visible. In addition, the structure of the fuselage is still flat, but the Apple logo on the back will have a new placement and design.

In fact, Apple has a long-term plan for the product line. Assuming the iPhone 12 mini is not very popular, Apple still released the iPhone 13 mini, but only cut the mini product line this year and replaced it with a larger iPhone 14 Max. The iPhone 14 Max replaces the mini model with poor performance. In the same way, the 12.9-inch iPad Pro introduced a mini LED display last April. A whole year has passed and last year’s iPad Pro 11 inches has not yet used mini LED technology.

Therefore, there are estimates that this year, even next year, Apple will continue to use the mini LED display technology. The company will continue to upgrade iPadOS. There will also be subtle changes to the product design, even in the third generation Apple Pencil. The company will also bring some improvements to the latest Magic Keyboard peripherals to attract users.

After 2024, the 12.9-inch iPad Pro will be the first to change OLED display technology to stimulate the consumer market to replace it.

IPad productivity

apple will also boost iPad productivity with iPadOS upgrades. A recent report claims that if a keyboard and trackpad are connected, iPadOS applications may become hovering windows like Quick Notes instead of opening in full screen. We know that since the debut of the iPad in 2010, every application has been released in full screen. Some improvements have been made since then, such as the split-screen view, but all window management depends on the user.

One of Apple’s main strategies in recent years has been to improve the productivity of the iPad. To that end, it launched the iPad Pro product line and equipped the iPad Pro with the M1 chip at the desktop level. The company also designed the iPadOS system specifically for the iPad.

However, the productivity experience of the iPadOS is still not comparable to that of traditional desktop platforms. The fact that applications do not support window mechanisms is one of the reasons. Now the new argument is that Apple can make a difference. Apple is reportedly developing a smart system for iPadOS. Apps will continue to open in full screen by default, but will shrink automatically when it detects an iPad connection to a keyboard and touchpad. Internally, it is called Apple Mixer.

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