iPad Pro Expected To Launch This Month

It is reported that Apple will launch two iPad Pro models expected to launch this month. The company is expected to incorporate mini-LED screens, Apple's latest bet for displays, into at least one iPad Pro model, possibly a premium model.

This is in line with TF Securities analyst Ming-Chi Kuo's forecast that Apple will launch a new iPad with a mini-LED screen sometime in the first half of 2021. According to the report, the 12.9-inch iPad Pro will switch to a mini-LED screen, which should offer better contrast ratio and better saturation.

Bloomberg cites anonymous sources to report that apples possibly launching two iPad Pro tablets this month. The mini-LED display could be incorporated into the larger iPad Pro model, possibly the 12.9-inch model, and other models may still have an LCD screen. According to the report, there were some production issues with the mini LED display for the top-of-the-line iPad Pro resulting in a short initial supply.

This could mean that while the iPad Pro Premium hits the market this month, shipping will start a little later and may be available in limited quantities initially. Taiwan-based supplier Ennostar, General Interface Solutions and Taiwan Surface Mount Technologies are some of the major suppliers of mini LED technology. One of these suppliers was said to be facing poor output and had to stop production. The two iPad Pro models are expected to hit the market in the second half of this month.

iPad Pro is expected to launch The launch schedule is in line with analyst Ming-Chi Kuo's forecast that an iPad with a mini LED display will launch in the first half of 2021. Previous reports suggest the new model will be similar to the current iPad Pro and top-of-the-line models, with the Tier variant potentially having a 12-inch display. .9 inches and the other has an 11-inch screen. The iPad Pro was last updated in March 2020 at the start of the pandemic and features an optimized processor, support for Magic Keyboard with trackpad casing, and a LIDAR scanner alongside the camera.

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