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Apple MacBook With Mini LED Display Could Be Delayed Till 2022

Macbook Pro Mini LED

Apple introduced the iPad Pro model with mini-LED a few weeks ago. Many users expect Apple to introduce new display technology into the Macbook series. There has been news that Apple is redesigning the 14-inch and 16-inch Macbook Pro models, which will be launched this year, only from May or June to the second half of the year. However, according to the latest report, Apple is very likely to postpone the release of the Macbook series with a mini-LED display until next year. But the earlier reports also confirmed the launch of iPad Pro with Mini LED displays this year.

The Digitimes reports, Apple originally planned to release 14-inch and 16-inch Macbook Pro models with mini-LED displays in the second half of the year. The new model was originally planned to be launched in the third quarter of this year. The two models will be launched in the fourth quarter of this year. Mass production will be realized in the first quarter of next year. However, due to the influence of various links in the entire supply chain, Apple’s partners have continued to experience delays, and there is probably no way to launch this year. The shipment of iPad Pro models with mini-LEDs has been affected, and it is normal for the Macbook series with mini-LED displays to be postponed.

In 2021, the shipment of mini-LED displays will increase month by month. By the third quarter, the relevant production lines will reach full capacity to meet the peak sales period of the European and American markets at the end of the year. In the past, in the fourth quarter, the production of screens will slow down and shipments will decrease, but the situation will be different this year. A series of new products using mini-LED displays will support the production in the fourth quarter and maintain the state of high-speed production. . Individual manufacturers may have to optimize their production lines to increase additional production capacity in order to make shipments meet expectations.