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Why Apple Should Keep MiniLED Rather than Going to OLED Displays

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Apple previously used LCD screens on their devices in all their lines up including the iPhones. iPhones first deviated from the route by introducing OLED in 2017, but it took up until 2021 for iPads and MacBooks to join the trend. But instead of going for OLEDs straightaway, they used MiniLED screens in both of them. The change was well-received albeit with a few downsides.

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Sithara Ariyarathna

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