There are various speculations circulating around the market about Apple Inc. According to the latest rumors, Apple is planning to introduce its newer versions of the iPad and MacBook Pro. The catch around these products is that they are speculated to carry a Mini-LED.
There are no confirm speculations about the chronological order of these releases but most probably the iPad Pro will get launched during the Q3 2020 and the 16-Inch MacBook Pro will get released somewhere around Q4 2020 by the company. According to the sources, Apple Inc. will be planning to launch these products in the year 2020 or 2021.
Also according to the Reliable Apple analyst MIng-Chi Kuo, the iPad Pro will have a 12.9-inch screen with a Mini-LED display as compared to the 16-inch on the MacBook Pro. Under the hood, the iPad Pro will be running Apple’s more powerful and latest A14X chip, there are no confirmations regarding whether this will be an iPad specific chip or not.
About the 16-inch MacBook Pro, there are not many speculations other than it will also have a Mini-LED display. According to the Apple analyst, the company is engaged with the Mini-LED because of advantages like localized dimming, higher dynamic range, better contrast ratios.
The benefits do not end here, it also has rich color gamut and also Power-efficient because of its slimness. By releasing their several products with Mini-LED technology, Apple wants to increase the production and use of Mini-LED technology in the world.
That is why Apple is named as the world’s most innovative company along the lines of “delivering the future today.” The thing with this company is that it’s culture and approach screams innovation. The inventions by them directly or indirectly changed the world whether it is iPods, iPad or the original iPhone.
The dates for the launch of iPad Pro and the 16-inch MacBook Pro are unclear but most probably they will be launched around the mid of the upcoming. It will be a thing to see if Apple can make its mark in the technological industry in the upcoming year or not.