Apple iPad Pro Facing Mini LED Display Shortage But Coming Later This Month
According to Bloomberg news, Apple’s upcoming high-end iPad display faces a shortage of supply. Despite the shortage of supply Apple is focused on releasing the iPad Pro later this month.
Apple has previously announced that the WWDC 2021 Developer Conference will be held on June 7. In addition to iOS 15, we may also usher in new Apple hardware products, including iPad Pro 2021. According to previous revelations, the iPad Pro 2021 will use a mini LED display, which has improved colour reproduction and contrast compared to the LCD screen currently used in the iPad Pro. In addition, the use of Mini LED may be more energy-efficient.
In other respects, the report says that the iPad Pro is equipped with the same dual-lens system as the previous generation. Moreover, the 12.9-inch model Smart Connector disappeared. The new iPad Pro model is equipped with an A14X processor, which is close to the level of the M1 chip.
Earlier Nikkei Asian Review reported that due to global shortages of parts, the production of some MacBooks and iPads has been postponed. According to people familiar with the matter, the chip shortage has caused delays in a key step in MacBook production, which is to install components on printed circuit boards before final assembly. At the same time, the assembly of some iPads was delayed, all because of the shortage of displays and display components.
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