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In 2024, MacBook Air and iPad Pro will be launched with OLED display

All of the rumors from the past few months seem to be coming true, and Apple is indeed preparing to make a bigger leap toward OLED screens than it had planned. Yes, because analyst Ross Young, a well-informed source on everything that happens in the display production chain, has once again expressed his opinion on Apple’s future projects, claiming that Cupertino is preparing to launch a new MacBook Air and an iPad Pro with OLED display, but let’s take it in order.

When Apple unveils a new MacBook with a 13.3-inch OLED display and an 11-inch iPad Pro OLED in 2024, Young believes this will happen. Two devices that have the potential to eat into the Windows laptop market.

Yes, because the diagonal of the MacBook in question does not match the 13.6′′ of the new MacBook Air with M2. Furthermore, Young appears to imply that only the 11-inch iPad Pro will have an OLED display, implying that the 12.9-inch iPad Pro will continue to use mini LED technology.

MacBook Air
MacBook Air

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A SOURCE SAYS THE OLED MACBOOK AIR AND IPAD PRO WILL BE AVAILABLE IN 2024

According to Young, the screens in question will be made with a tandem stack technology, which will reduce consumption by 30% while increasing maximum brightness and the panel’s resistance to burn, which is a common problem with these types of screens.

iPad Pro
iPad Pro

OLED and miniLED are just stepping stones on the way to Apple’s ultimate goal, which is the transition to microLED panels, which is still a long way off. In fact, the latter will allow all of the advantages of mini LEDs, such as maximum brightness, chromatic fidelity, and lack of burning, while also providing the same quality as an OLED in terms of contrasts and the ability to completely turn off the screen’s black areas without any blooming effect.

What is unclear is where OLED technology fits into Apple’s lineup; however, crediting Young’s misdeeds, it appears that the Cupertino company does not consider it premium enough, relegating it to products that do not represent the best of the respective lineup.

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