The next 11-inch iPad Pro won’t have a Liquid Retina XDR display

The next products renewed by Apple seem to be the Mac and the iPad. In fact, according to the latest rumors, it is very likely that we will have great news over the next two weeks. this time we will not have a face-to-face or live broadcast event but Apple will announce the new products through a press release with all the information on the web. One of the new products will be the 11-inch iPad Pro. According to the latest rumours, mini LED technology will not reach this iPad, therefore leaving out the Liquid Retina XDR screen that already carries with it the 12.9-inch model.

The 11-inch iPad Pro leaves out the Liquid Retina XDR display

In the coming weeks we are very likely to see new iPad Pro both the 11-inch and 12.9-inch models. In addition, we will see a change in the design of the standard iPad being completely renewed to approach the design of the Pro models. However, all this information is nothing more than assumptions, rumors and reports taken with tweezers that do not indicate that any of this will be real

One of the most desired products is the 11-inch iPad Pro. In this new generation battery capacity will be improved as well as integrate new M2 chip to increase performance and ensure the smooth running of iPadOS 16. On the other hand, according to rumors the screen was going to match the technology of its older brother the 12.9-inch iPad Pro that features mini-LED technology with a screen that Apple dubbed Liquid Retina XDR

However, some Twitter users with a previous wandering in leaks, like Ross Young, They assure that the 11-inch iPad Pro will not have mini-LED technology.

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To put ourselves in context, we need to remember the technology that Liquid Retin XDR carries inside. This screen is carried by the 12.9-inch iPad Pro that was introduced last year. The new distribution of the new mini LEDs manage to occupy 120 times less than the previous generation. In addition, these mini LEDs, about 10,000 scattered throughout the screen, are programmed to light up independently in the more than 2500 areas of the screen, so the extreme contrast that can be achieved by customizing each of these areas is incredible.

But apparently and against all odds if we want to enjoy the Liquid Retina XDR screen with mini LED technology we will have to buy the 12.9-inch iPad Pro (this generation and the next), thus leaving the 11-inch model with the current Liquid Retina screen to dry.