The production crisis in electronics is endless. When we say graphics cards, processors, next-generation game consoles, the number of affected products is increasing day by day. Apple was the last company to be affected by the issue. The production problem of mini-LED displays that Apple plans to use on the next-generation M1 iPad Pro cannot be fixed.
Apple has yet to resolve its problems with the screen production of the 12.9-inch M1 iPad Pro, which is expected to go on sale in June, Bloomberg reported.
The mini-LED displays, which Apple described as the Liquid Retina XDR panel, were seen as the company’s biggest weapon after the M1 processor on this year’s iPad models. With a high dynamic range, 1,000,000:1 contrast, and a brightness of 1,600 nits, this panel offered an experience specifically aimed at professionals.
Apple has succumbed to manufacturing problems, although it has been excited by its technology. Panel manufacturers, which are not performing well due to the breakdown in the supply chain, are struggling to produce the number of screens the company wants.
The US tech giant has been known to have problems for some time. However, it was thought that the problems would be resolved by the planned release date. While it remains a mystery how long production shortages will delay the device’s release, tech companies are imagining the day the manufacturing crisis will end
Fortunately, not all the news is bad. Apple, which has no problem supplying LCDs, will not have any stock problems with the 11-inch M1 iPad Pro. customers who do not insist on mini-LED will be able to buy the 11-inch model without problems.