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Apple’s first OLED iPad Pro is rumored to be unveiled next year, with a new report by ET News suggesting that a supplier has already started developing displays for the new devices. The new OLED iPad Pro is expected to debut ahead of an OLED MacBook Pro in 2026.
According to the report, OLED panels for an 11-inch and 12.9-inch iPad Pro are now in the development phase ahead of new 14-inch and 16-inch panels for a future MacBook Pro. This report echoes many previous insights that claim that Apple will launch its first OLED iPad beginning next year.
As of now, Apple sells the 12.9-inch iPad Pro with a mini-LED display and the 11-inch iPad Pro with a traditional LCD display. Apple has kept the mini-LED display technology exclusive to the largest model in the lineup.
Samsung Display is reportedly preparing to open an all-new production line for OLED iPad models. OLED displays offer a better viewing experience than LED due to several advantages in display quality. These include a larger color range, high contrast levels, better handling of darkness and lighting precision, and fast response times.
The introduction of OLED displays in the iPad Pro lineup is expected to improve the overall viewing experience for users, making it even more immersive and visually stunning. It remains to be seen when Apple will officially announce the new OLED iPad Pro, but it is expected to be a game-changer for the company’s tablet lineup.