Apple will reportedly launch an iPad with a 10.9-inch OLED screen next year, while also switching the iPad Pro lineup to OLED the year after.

While the report, courtesy of The Elec, doesn’t go into detail about the iPad in question, it’s likely that the device will be a replacement for the current iPad Air.

Apple’s current iPad Air is the same 10.9 inches in size which is why we’re assuming this is a replacement being written about here, although it’s also possible there could be a whole new device in the pipeline. It’s clear it won’t be a base iPad however, given the move to OLED.

Apple will launch two new models of iPads that use OLED panels in 2023, TheElec has learned.

Cupertino will launch its first ever OLED iPad in 2022. The tablet will sport a 10.86-inch OLED screen. Samsung Display will be the sole supplier of the OLED panels.

The following year, in 2023, Apple is planning to launch an 11-inch OLED iPad and a 12.9-inch OLED iPad.

Apple moving the iPad Pro lineup to OLED is an interesting move given the fact it just began using mini-LED technology. The 12.9-inch iPad Pro is currently using a mini-LED panel, while the 11-inch version remains LCD. The new report claims both sizes will move to OLED in 2023, although we don’t know if there will be another mini-LED version between now and then.

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