New 14in MacBook Pro With Mini-LED A Step Closer


The mini-LED MacBook Pro is a step closer to release. A report from DigiTimes indicates that Radiant Opto-Electronics will be supplying the mini-LED backlight units and Quanta Computer will be assembling the new Mac laptops.

Ming-Chi Kuo had suggested back in March 2020 that a MacBook Pro with a mini-LED screen would arrive by the end of 2020, but he later changed his forecast – suggesting that Apple’s plans had been pushed back to 2021 due to Coronavirus pandemic-related supply problems for the mini-LED displays.

Kuo updated his prediction in February 2021 indicating that Apple will launch two new MacBook Pro models utilising mini-LED displays in the second half of 2021. Read: Apple will correct old mistakes with new MacBook Pro models

Apple is thought to be making some tweaks to the design of these new MacBook Pro – with the smaller model getting a bigger 14in display and both models seeing smaller bezels with rounded corners. It’s also anticipated that the new models will feature a MagSafe port for charging and a SD card reader. The Touch Bar is expected to be removed from the lineup.

These rear lighting mini-led should provide better colour reproduction, blacker blacks, higher contrast and greater dynamic range.

Read everything we know about the 14in MacBook Pro and the new 16in MacBook Pro.

Via DigiTimes

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