Samsung and LG are working to prepare their factories for the production of iPad Pro tablets using OLED displays, according to a new report.
South Korea’s ETNews claims that the hybrid display panels will use a combination of flexible and rigid OLED technologies with both Samsung and LG now gearing up to produce them. This would be the first time that OLED will be used in the iPad lineup.
Ross Young already expects Apple to move many of its products to OLED displays in 2024 including the iPad Pro and MacBook Air.
Analyst Ming-Chi Kuo has also previously pointed to 2024 as the first year that Apple will ship a MacBook with an OLED display.
Young previously said the new MacBook Air and iPad Pro models would use “two-stack” OLED displays with two red, green, and blue emission layers for increased brightness. He also said all of the devices would support ProMotion for up to a 120Hz refresh rate.
The use of OLED will in theory allow for thinner displays that use less power and offer an improved contrast ratio and better color reproduction. OLED displays are already used in Apple’s high-end and mid-range iPhones, while the Apple Watch also uses OLED technology in its display across all of its models.
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