According to Ross Young(-via Smarttechvillas), a well-known specialist on displays, the forthcoming 11-inch iPad Pro will not use the more recent mini-LED display technology seen in the 12.9-inch model. Instead, it will have an LED Liquid Retina Display similar to the one found in the current generation.
As a response, Young tweeted that the rumour that the next 11-inch iPad Pro won’t support the newer mini-LED display technology is true and that customers who want the more advanced display will have to get the 12.9-inch iPad Pro instead.
According to some early rumours, the mini-LED display that is now exclusive to the 12.9-inch iPad Pro could make its way down to the 11-inch iPad Pro in the subsequent upgrade. The Liquid Retina XDR display seen on the 12.9-inch iPad Pro has been upgraded to have an extremely wide dynamic range. This makes for a “beautiful visual experience” with more accurate colours and content with a high dynamic range (HDR).
The LED Liquid Retina Display found on the smaller 11-inch iPad Pro still provides many of the same features as the display found on the bigger 12.9-inch model, but it does so with lower maximum brightness, brighter whites, and darker blacks. The next iPad Pros, whether they measure 11 or 12.9 inches in diagonal dimension, are expected to feature displays that are similar to one another, as predicted by Young today.
It looks like Apple will only make small changes to the iPad Pro this year, like a new central processing unit (CPU) and maybe better charging. The M2 chip, which is an Apple silicon processor, will greatly improve the performance of subsequent models in comparison to the M1 chip, which is currently in use.
Mark Gurman, a reputable writer for Bloomberg, has said that Apple will not be having a digital event for the new iPad Pros this month. Gurman’s allegation was made in a recent article. Instead, it is expected that Apple will announce the new iPad Pro models in a “matter of days” by putting out a press release and updating its websites.