According to a tweet from Kuo on Wednesday, “expense considerations” are the reason why Apple will not release new small LED items. This is what Kuo meant when he said there would be no new goods with a larger display in 2022 in his current projection.
When it comes to tiny LED items, such as the 12.9-inch iPad Pro, Apple may renew them. However, additional tiny LED gadgets, such as an 11-inch model, will not be shown.
Previously, Kuo predicted that an 11-inch iPad Pro with a tiny LED display will be released by Apple in 2022.
Analysts keeping tabs on Apple’s display movements agree with Kuo’s most recent estimate. There will be no new tiny LED gadgets in 2022, according to Display Supply Chain Consultants’ Ross Young, who has an excellent track record of accurate forecasts.
An previous storey said that the 12.9-inch iPad Pro was performing “very well,” and that Apple didn’t need to launch a tiny LED 11-inch version.
Young and Kuo, on the other hand, disagree on the existence of a 27-inch tiny LED Apple Mac display. According to Kuo, the small LED monitor will not be released, whereas Young claims that panel manufacturing has already started and he is still anticipating a release date of 2022.