The MacBook Air will be the first MacBook to have an OLED display, according to recent speculations. Meanwhile, it’s anticipated that the MacBook Pro will keep its mini-LED display for a little longer.
Ross Young, a reputable Apple analyst, revealed this most recently. The MacBook Air will be the first Mac to have an OLED panel, according to Young. The analyst predicts that the MacBook Air with OLED might debut as early as 2024.
Also, according to Ming-Chi Kuo’s prediction, the first OLED MacBook will debut in 2024 “at the earliest.” Kuo went into detail on why the MacBook Air rather than the MacBook Pro will be the first device to use OLED. Mini-LED laptops have the disadvantage of being thicker and heavier, whereas OLED laptops have the advantage of having more form factor design options, according to Kuo.
A “tandem stack” OLED technology is said to be used in the MacBook Air. Modern OLED technology like this can lengthen the life of the display, boost the power economy, and increase brightness. One thing to keep in mind is that branding in this situation may be challenging. The first MacBook with an OLED display will undoubtedly be a 13-inch model, that much is certain.