As shipments forecasts for the latest 12.9-inch iPad Pro have been dropped in July, a new report from Bloomberg Today said Apple is still facing manufacturing problems. As reported before the initial announcement of the new iPad Pro, the problem was caused by the small LED display technology.
Bloomberg’s Mark Gurman and Debby Wu report that Apple is still struggling to make smaller quantities of LED display technology. This is a huge delay in production and delivery for customers.
Primary Problem: Producing a new 12.9-inch MiniLED screen has proven to be a challenge. Bloomberg News reported in April, prior to the device̵7;s announcement, that the new device was facing supply constraints due to the nascent complexity of technology. Apple’s manufacturing partners continue to struggle to produce more complex screens in larger volumes, said people familiar with the matter.
Apple is marketing the iPad Pro mini LED display as a Liquid Retina XDR panel.The Liquid Retina XDR display has a high dynamic range similar to the performance of the Apple Pro Display XDR.iPad Pro has about 2,500 dimming zones, resulting in a 1,000,000 contrast ratio. : 1 and maximum brightness of 1600 nits
The 11-inch iPad Pro, which still uses the same LCD display as the previous iPad Pro, is still available for shipping later this month and in the first week of June. This is a stark contrast compared to the 12.9-inch iPad Pro, which was pre-ordered in late June and early July for most configurations.
The first iPad Pro pre-orders are scheduled to arrive on May 21, follow the link below for device coverage.
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