In recent years there have been many rumors that Apple could implement OLED and / or miniLED technology in its devices. At the presentation of the new iPad Pro 2021 range, we left doubts, since Apple opted for miniLED technology only on the 12.9-inch model, which has meant an increase in thickness of 5 mm.
However, that doesn’t mean that Apple has forgotten about OLED displays. The latest rumors related to this type of screen and its relationship with the iPad come from ETNews and suggest that at least one iPad model I implement it, yes, it will not be until 2022 at the earliest.
This medium does not go into details, so at the moment we do not know which could be the first device to implement an OLED screen from 2022 of the four models that it currently has on the market: iPad, iPad Air, iPad mini and iPad Pro Ming-Chi Kuo, stated a few weeks ago that iPad Air will be the first model to adopt the OLED screen in its next renewal, although it also claims it could be the 11-inch iPad Pro.
It will be interesting to see how Apple makes the transition to OLED technology after adopting the miniLED display in the new iPad Pro 2021, a display that in the dark it shows its deficiencies The panels are illuminated in various ways (especially with HDR content), a problem that is not found in OLED technology, a technology that has been available on the screen of the iPhone range since the launch of the iPhone X.
For now, you can take a look at the iPad Pro 2021 review of our partner Luis through this link.