Apple debuted the 12.9-inch iPad Pro with Mini-LED display this year, but did not include it in the 11-inch iPad Pro. According to TF Securities analyst Ming-Chi Kuo’s recent investor note, that will alter next year. The Mini-LED display technology, according to Kuo, will not be confined to the 12.9-inch iPad Pro in 2022, but will also be accessible on the smaller 11-inch iPad Pro. According to previous rumours, the next-generation iPad Pro devices would have a glass back to enable wireless charging.
According to a new investor note obtained by MacRumors, Apple is aiming to implement Mini LED technology on several of its products next year. The Cupertino business is expected to debut it on the rumoured 2022 MacBook Air as well as both the 11-inch and 12.9-inch iPad Pro versions in 2022. Apart from that, Kuo remains tight-lipped on the next-generation iPad Pro devices’ specs.
According to a recent Bloomberg storey, iPad Pro versions in 2022 may feature wireless charging. Apple is experimenting with a glass back for the iPad Pro in order to enable wireless charging for the first time and reverse wireless charging. The next iPad Pro’s designs are said to be in the early phases of development, and plans might alter or be scrapped before the device’s release next year.
While Mini-LED technology is becoming more popular, Apple is rumoured to be working on OLED display panels for iPads in 2022. According to a recent rumour, Apple is working on three new iPads, two of which will be released in 2023 and one of which will be released in 2022. According to reports, all iPad models will have OLED screens.
The iPad that is scheduled to be released next year might sport a 10.86-inch OLED display. Apple is said to protect the OLED display from moisture and oxygen using a Thin-Film Encapsulation (TFE) technique. The screen size is comparable to the present iPad Air, implying that the next iPad due in 2022 will be the next-generation iPad Air. The iPad Pro 2023 versions may also have OLED screens, according to reports.