Apple to bring 11.1-inch and 13-inch OLED iPad Pro models: Report

Apple to bring 11.1-inch and 13-inch OLED iPad Pro models: Report

Apple, an American technology giant, has been noticed enlarging the display screens of its iPad Pro from 11″ and 12.9″ to 11.1″ and 13″, respectively and these new models could arrive in 2024.

According to a report from GSM Arena, a tech news website, the news was shared by display analyst Ross Young. Apparently these iPad Pros will have OLED screens and, due to the slight increase in diameter, may retain the same overall physical dimensions as their predecessors, as Apple may simply cut the bezels slightly to accommodate the larger panels.

The current iPad Pro lineup includes an 11″ variant with a standard LCD display and a 12.9″ model with a mini LED display. If true, Apple’s high-end tablets could return to feature parity in the display market with the 2024 generation, according to GSM Arena.

The latest iPad Pros, powered by the M2 chip, were released in October. Young initially said a 14.1″ iPad Pro would be available in 2023, but has since clarified that such a product is no longer in development.

According to GSM Arena, while that may be correct, other speculation has suggested that an even larger 16-inch iPad is on the way.

Meanwhile, Apple is expected to finally unveil its mixed reality headset in 2023. The company has been working on the device for a few years. Likely to be unveiled in early to mid-2023, the headset would combine virtual reality and augmented reality. It should be named Reality Pro or Reality One.

In terms of design, Apple’s mixed reality headset would come with a curved front screen covering the display. It should feature a lighter design than those currently available on the market. It can offer 4K micro OLED displays with up to 3,000 pixels per inch and it is said to come with iris scanning.

Apple’s AR/VR headset is expected to cost around $3,000, which roughly translates to ₹2,43,000.

(With ANI entries)

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