According to the latestmedia reports, the new generation of iPad Pro, which will be unveiled early next year, will not only support the mini LED screen, but also support 5G networks. Apple’s new 12.9-inch iPad Pro is in trial production, the report said. LG will supply mini LED panels for the equipment, and Foxconn will be responsible for the final assembly. It is reported that mini LED technology will make the device thinner and lighter, while also has the same advantages of fish OLED screen, such as high contrast, high dynamic range.
Of course, the new mini-LED screen iPad Pro will feature an A14X chip, as well as a built-in SnapDragonX55 modem that supports mmWave mmwaves and sub-6GHz, while replacing the A14X processor with a 5nm manufacturing process, with at least 6GB of memory.
In addition, Apple is exploring mini-LED displays that use 10,000 LEDs, each less than 200 microns. With more LEDs and more dimming areas, the mini LED display provides darker or darker blacks, higher brightness, richer colors, and greater contrast.
Currently, the iPad Pro 11-inch starts at $799 and the 12.9-inch starts at $999. Increased hardware such as 5G and mni LEDs is expected to drive up prices.