Apple MacBook Pro is allegedly receiving the advanced miniLED feature, which is currently used in the iPad Pro model.
If this is true, Ming-Chi Kuo, one of the most reliable Apple analysts, claimed that the laptop model could better take advantage and enhance the high-end screen compared to the 12.9-inch tablet.
On the other hand, the popular Apple leaker also concluded that investors could take part in the alleged tech advancement of the tech manufacturer.
Right now, iPad Pro is able to achieve high levels of contrast and brightness, thanks to Apple's miniLED. Aside from this, the tablet's feature also provides enhanced image quality.
But, more products could soon benefit from the giant developer's screen feature as Kuo provided his observations on the different stages of the company's concept investment.
Apple MacBook Pro MiniLED's Offered Benefits
According to Apple Insider's latest report, the popular tech leaker claimed that MacBook Pro models are the products that could mainly increase the tech firm's miniLED shipments.
He added that the laptop could do this innovation better than iPad Pro. For the past few years, iPhone 12 and other Apple devices were able to beat MacBook models when it comes to shipment. But, Kuo said that this could change once miniLED is integrated.
"However, we expect MacBook shipments to grow significantly by 20% YoY, or more in 2021 and 2022, due to the adoption of mini LED panels, Apple Silicon, and all-new designs," said the Apple analyst.
Apple MacBook Pro 2021 With M1X Processor?
On the other hand, some rumors claimed that Apple could integrate the new and enhance M1X processor, the predecessor of the current M1 SoC, into the upcoming MacBook Pro 2021 model.
When it comes to the launch date, speculations stated that this version could arrive in the upcoming Apple iPhone 2021 event, which is around October, as reported by Republic World.
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Written by: Griffin Davis