Apple’s mini LED-equipped 14-inch and 16-inch MacBook Pro models are rumored to be getting closer to launch, and vendors are said to be starting volume production.
Rumors have raised the idea that Apple will release a version of the MacBook Pro with an LED-backlit mini display, incorporating the technology used in the 12.9-inch iPad Pro display. In a supply chain report, it appears that the rumors are coming true.
According to the supply chain sources of Digitimes, has started mass production of the new MacBook Pro, and in large quantities. Monthly laptop shipments are expected to be between 600,000 and 800,000 units per month between August and November.
Mini LED is likely to be beneficial to Mac users as a backlight system, with a number of benefits. By using thousands of mini-LED backlights instead of fewer LEDs, Apple can have more control over backlight lighting patterns, enabling contrast ratios of up to 1 million to 1, better HDR support, and better rendering. of color.
The start of volume production in August certainly coincides with Apple’s usual fall product launches, as launches typically arrive a few months after production begins.
Weather Digitimes has a good track record when it comes to supply chain and production scheduling, is weaker on product feature reporting. However, the amount of rumors about the mini LED certainly lends weight to the arrival of the mini LED to the new MacBook Pro models.
In June, it was believed that there were shortages in the production of mini LEDs that could affect the production of MacBook Pro, but it seems that it has been resolved.