Although Apple has requested increased production of mini LED displays, the use of this specification will be limited to only a few devices.
And, by all indications, the 11-inch iPad Pro will hit the market without integrating a mini LED display.
The 11-inch iPad Pro will not include mini LEDs
The 11-inch iPad Pro may hit the market without the much-heralded built-in mini LED display technology. The information comes from a post on Twitter by analyst Ross Young who clarified that, although the 12.9-inch iPad Pro with mini LED is successful, the company has no plans to integrate the technology. in a smaller format.
It will then be a strategic decision, because there is news that Apple will have increased the order for the production of mini LED screens. But it looks like only a few select models will include this spec and the 11-inch iPad Pro won’t be among the lucky winners.
It is expected that this year Apple will again update the iPad Pro model, which could also be equipped with the M2 chip. This idea is gaining strength after the presentation of the new iPad at the Peek Performance event with the M1 processor.
The new iPhone SE has 4 GB of RAM
Meanwhile, other Apple-related news reports on another novelty in the iPhone SE that was showcased at the Peek Performance event that took place on March 8.
According to the MacRumors site, the new affordable version of the brand’s smartphone includes 4 GB of RAM. Traditionally, Apple does not disclose this specification, as iOS smartphones do not use this feature as much as Android models.
However, the Cupertino company seems to be betting on providing more and at a more affordable cost in this model. It is recalled that the equipment now also has the A15 Bionic processor, the same chip that is at the controls of the high-end iPhone 13.
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