It was previously reported that Apple may release new products this month, of course, in the form of press releases (or online conferences), and the protagonist is the new iPad Pro.
However, according to the latest reports from foreign media, Apple’s upcoming high-end iPad display (mini LED) is facing a shortage of supply.
According to people familiar with the matter, the next-generation display,
which is destined to be the highlight of Apple’s upcoming iPad Pro, is facing production problems that may lead to a shortage of initial supply of new equipment.
Prior to this, the supply chain indicated that the production of some MacBooks and iPads had been postponed due to the shortage of global parts.
It is reported that Apple will first launch the 2021 iPad Pro Wi-Fi version, and 5G-compatible cellular models will arrive in a few weeks. This is not the first time we have heard the news of the iPad Pro listing.
Earlier, there were rumors that Apple will release the 2021 iPad Pro while releasing the iOS 14.5 update.
Although there is no final release date yet, it is wise to be cautious about this news. As for what you can expect is the mini-LED display on the iPad.
There are also rumors that only the larger 12.9-inch iPad Pro will use the mini-LED display instead of the 11-inch variant.
According to the previous statement, the main changes of the 2021 iPad Pro (12.9-inch is the fifth generation, 11-inch is the third generation) mainly focus on the hardware configuration,
including the mini LED display, the faster 5nm A14X processor, and the cellular version for the first time. 5G network, etc.