During Apple’s keynote address on April 20, 2021, the 16 – inch MacBook Pros were not mentioned, but rumors have it that a mini-led screen and release is expected by the end of the year.
The new iMac M1 and iPod Pro Mini-LEDs were officially unveiled at Apple’s keynote address in April, and although the MacBook Pros were expected by many, nothing has been revealed about them. For now, the main hallway noises are triggering 14- and 16-inch versions of these future models. The more eagerly awaited, more powerful M1 SoC, sometimes referred to as the M1X or M2, has higher cores and improved performance compared to Apple’s current internal processor. An HDMI port and an SD card reader are expected to make their (re) appearance, while the MaxSafe Power Connector is said to be coming back. Sec De la Day?
The advent of mini-led technology is becoming clear.
Taiwan Surface Mounting Technology (DSMT), Apple’s flagship supplier of the Mini-led display already for the iPod Pro, said the arrival of two new MacBooks would boost the production capacity of the same display. The MacBook Pro 14 and 16 inches are always trigger announcements, so they will be adorned with mini-led technology. This sequence is finally logical once implemented on the iPod Pro. Anyway, this is one element that can make the MacBook Pro a little more distinguishable from the MacBook Lake, which is similar in terms of both aesthetics and performance.
What are the benefits of this technology?
A mini-led screen is made up of thousands, tens of thousands of miniaturized LEDs, unlike conventional LED screens only a few hundred. The brightness of the panel will then be much higher and the contrast ratio is all the better. Therefore, the entire section of the LED panel can be turned off to provide a much deeper black and to reduce the effects of the halo (Blooming). Finally, the color space coverage should be wide and the colors should be very precise.
While waiting for Apple’s official announcements, we will let you know about the components that will reach us before testing these new screens in the second half of 2021.