Innolux, a Taiwan-based company, will be responsible for supplying Apple with the mini-LED panels for the new iPad Pro 2020 coming out by the end of the year, and in particular expected in the second half of 2020, at least according to a new report released in the past few hours.
According to the Economic Daily News of Taiwan, the manufacturer has already sent samples to Apple, while in these hours he would have actually been awarded the orders of the technology giant, so as to supply the mini LED displays for the next professional tablet of Cupertino, expected to the second half of the year.
Apple analyst Ming-Chi Kuo said that Apple plans to release four to six mini-LED display products in the next two to three years, including a 12.9-inch high-end iPad Pro slated for launch in the third quarter of 2020.
Kuo said mini LED displays will significantly improve productivity and the entertainment experience and allow you to design thinner and lighter products, while offering many of the benefits of OLED displays used on newer iPhones, including a smaller contrast ratio. high, brighter and deeper blacks.
LG Display and General Interface Solution (GIS) will be the other two companies that will benefit most from Apple orders for iPad Pro 2020 mini LED screens, according to Kuo. Earlier reports claimed that Apple had entered into a related component contract with Epistar, Taiwan Surface Mount Technology (TSMT), Zhen Ding Technology and Flexium Interconnect.
Recall that in these hours the first images of the alleged iPad Pro 2020 cover appear on the net, while in the past there have been those who hypothesized the first characteristics, speaking of a design substantially very similar if not identical to the current ones, with the only difference remarkable of a block cameras enhanced on the back, according to some for the first time with triple camera as in the iPhone 11 Pro and 11 Pro Max.
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