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Apple | Report: MacBook Pro and iPad Pro (2024) – Apple places order for OLED switch | News | macbook | macbook pro 2021.563835Apple | Report: MacBook Pro and iPad Pro (2024) – Apple places order for OLED switch | News | macbook | macbook pro 2021.563835The technology has long since found its way into the iPhone and the Apple Watch and has established itself as the standard: OLED panels impress with high contrast and an excellent black value, among other things. From the point of view of the US group, the displays do not yet seem to be mature for larger screens, such as those used in Apple tablets and notebooks The MacBook Pro 14″ and 16″ as well as the large iPad Pro are at least equipped with a mini LED screen in Cupertino. According to a new report, Apple is now hiring a supplier to manufacture OLED panels for MacBooks and iPads.

First supplier receives order
According to market experts, Apple already wanted to release an iPad with an OLED display last year – the iPad Pro would almost certainly have had the chance. Cupertino presented a new generation of tablets, but was visibly stingy with innovations. The next year should change, as Mark Gurman claims: The company is working on the design and is installing an OLED screen (see here). The latter is also confirmed by a report byET News. Apple gave a Korean manufacturer the green light to develop the necessary panels. The article leaves open which manufacturer it is. Ultimately, however, Samsung and LG received corresponding orders.

MacBook Pro should also get OLED
The OLED panels for the iPad Pro would have a screen size of 10.86 and 12.9 inches. According to this information, Apple will switch both models of the iPad Pro to OLED in the coming year and will not only favor the larger (and more expensive) device. Furthermore, the unspecified contract manufacturer also received instructions to produce OLED displays for MacBooks. These are 14 and 16-inch screens, so in all likelihood the MacBook Pro 14″ and 16″ with M3 Pro and M3 Max will benefit from the high-quality panels.

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