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Speculated 11-inch iPad Pro Will Debut Without a Mini-LED Display

Instead of the 12.9-inch iPad Pro’s mini-LED display, the 11-inch iPad Pro will feature the same LED Liquid Retina Display

Amira Praise

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11-inch iPad Pro | Photo by Philip Dino (Smarttechvillas)

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  • The forthcoming 11-inch iPad Pro will use the same LED Liquid Retina Display as the present model, according to display specialist Ross Young.
  • Young predicted that the 11-inch and 12.9-inch iPad Pros would have similar displays.
  • Apple may just update the iPad Pro with a new CPU and better charging this year.
  • Bloomberg’s reliable writer Mark Gurman claims Apple will not conduct a digital event for the new iPad Pros this month.

Ross Young, a well-known expert on displays, says that the next 11-inch iPad Pro will have the same LED Liquid Retina Display as the current model, instead of the newer mini-LED display technology found in the 12.9-inch model.

In response, Young tweeted that the rumoured lack of support for the newer mini-LED display technology in the next 11-inch iPad Pro is true and that consumers who want the more sophisticated display would have to return to the bigger 12.9-inch version.

Initial speculation stated Apple might bring the 12.9-inch iPad Pro’s mini-LED display down to the 11-inch iPad Pro with the next update. Extreme dynamic range is added to the 12.9-inch iPad Pro’s Liquid Retina XDR display. This makes for a “stunning visual experience” with more accurate colours and high dynamic range (HDR) content.

The LED Liquid Retina Display on the 11-inch iPad Pro still offers many of the same capabilities as the larger 12.9-inch model, but with lower maximum brightness, lighter whites, and deeper blacks. According to Young’s predictions made today, the forthcoming iPad Pros, both 11 and 12.9 inches in size, will have identical screens.

 It’s likely that Apple will only release minor changes to the iPad Pro this year, such as a new CPU and maybe improved charging. Compared to the M1 chip already in use, the M2 Apple silicon processor will significantly boost the following models’ performance

Mark Gurman, a trusted reporter for Bloomberg, has claimed that Apple will not be holding a digital event for the new iPad Pros this month. Instead, in a “matter of days,” Apple is likely to make a press release and update its websites to introduce the new iPad Pro variants.

My name is Amira Praise, and I'm an Aspirant for medicine. I am also a freelancer. A crypto and forex enthusiast.