After Air, OLED MacBook rumor tips a long wait

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After Air, OLED MacBook rumor tips a long wait

OLED panels for the MacBook are rumored to be in talks between Apple and Samsung Display. With a huge increase in connections and power, the MacBook Pro returned to its best this year. However, this week, secret information about Apple’s relationship with Samsung Display indicated that it would be several years before the MacBook line gets a major overhaul.

Apple is reportedly in talks with both Samsung Display and LG Display over the supply of OLED panels in the future. An OLED MacBook may have been in the works for the year 2025, but those plans have been put on hold.

Rumors about a new MacBook Air suggest that we’ll see a new M2 processor and considerable hardware upgrades, as well, shortly. According to the most eye-catching leak, the next generation of the MacBook Air will be available in various colors. For sure, that’s a fiery color display.

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According to reports, in the first half of 2022, Apple Silicon is expected to see a significant reduction in shipments. In addition, a power user apology is also likely to be included in the upcoming MacBook Air release.

Mini LED panels may be first on the horizon, followed by micro, according to an analysis of display possibilities in the MacBook universe.

In terms of new MacBook power, you’ll want to take a look at the 14 or 16-inch MacBook Pro variants. There are two color options for these devices: Space Gray or Silver. Both include notches on their screens. Unfortunately, some apps have displayed menu items in the region covered by the front-facing camera array on the machine since the gap was introduced, causing some confusion. A software update for the MacBook Pro is expected to remedy this soon, but a temporary fix is in place by covering the entire top area of the laptop in blackness!

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And on the long-term patent-first release point, Apple has filed for MacBook iPhone charging pad action and a dual-screen MacBook that will most likely never come to light.

Source: slashgear