While small businesses struggle to stay afloat, huge internet giants appear to be thriving in the midst of the crisis. Apple has seen an increase in iPad orders as individuals seek to work and study from home. As a result, Apple's Cupertino headquarters is planning a six-year overhaul of the iPad mini, as well as a few new features for the forthcoming iPad Pro.
Bloomberg reports that Apple is preparing to upgrade the iPad mini later this year and the iPad Pro in 2022, citing "people with knowledge of the facts." The iPad mini is expected to have minimal bezels and no home button. The iPad Pro is rumoured to be getting a glass back instead of an aluminium body. Apple will be able to include wireless charging in the Pro model, with reverse wireless charging being considered as well. Users should be able to charge their iPhones or other compatible devices through inductive contact as a result of this. Take these statements with a grain of salt, as these innovations are reportedly still in the testing stage and may never see the light of day.
A revamped entry-level iPad with a sleek design is predicted to appear before the end of the year, with the next-generation iPad mini. Let's hope Apple addresses the blooming effect on the current-generation iPad Pro as well. Many consumers have observed that the MiniLED display creates a dazzling halo around white things on a dark backdrop.
So at first I was really digging the new mini LED screen on the new 12.9 inch model iPad Pro. And it’s still vibrant and nice to look at. But now that I’ve started noticing the bloom effect, my heads hurting and my eyes can’t unsee it. Anyone else have this issue? pic.twitter.com/KtPNtG6Ua2— Technibility (@Technibility) May 25, 2021
Unlike OLED technology, which uses self-illuminating pixels, LCD panels use LEDs for backlighting, and blooming can occur when dimming zones are greater than pixels.