LG is developing OLED screens for the new iPads and MacBooks

The next MacBooks and iPads will feature an OLED display made by LG. The information passed through The Elec websitewhere LG would work on making screens for the company’s tablets and laptops. Apple.

According to the information, LG is currently producing OLED screens for two iPad models. Then the plan is to deliver displays for Apple’s first OLED MacBook around 2025.

LG will produce Gen 8.5 OLED displays for the MacBooK 2025

According to The Elec, LG will supply Gen 8.2 OLED displays using its Paju factory located in South Korea. Previous reports have said LG’s factory in this city is key to Apple’s plans to offer iPads with OLED displays, as well as its intentions to increase to offer of OLED screens for future models of the iPhone.

11″ and 12.6″ iPads will use LG’s Gen 6 OLED displays

The future 11″ and 12.6″ iPads that Apple will launch, according to The Elec, will use LG’s Gen 6 OLED displays. The tablets will be released sometime before 2025, the year the OLED Macbook will debut.

According to Ming-Chi Kuo, the launch of the first MacBook with an OLED display will depend on the arrival of the new iPads with an 11-inch and 12.9-inch OLED display in 2024. Check out the leaker’s tweet below (one who reveals information before official announcements). ):

Mass production of OLED panels for iPad models is expected to begin in 2023

Considering the leaks we currently have, it is believed that LG plans to start mass production of LTPO OLED displays for iPad between the years 2023 and 2024 for the MacBook OLED which will be released in 2025.

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