Gadget Pixel April 21 News for Apple M1X MacBook Pro 14/16-inch is released – Apple has released a new 12.9-inch iPad Pro. Which has a liquid retina XDR display. Which uses mini LED backlighting for full-screen brightness up to 1000 nits and bright brightness up to 1600 nits. With more than 10,000 mini LEDs, the display is classified into more than 2,500 local dimming zones and has an impressive 1000,000: 1 contrast.
Apple M1X MacBook Pro 14/16-inch Display
Until now, Apple has referred to its mini LED display as an “XDR” display. Short for “Extreme Dynamic Range” and stated in rumors. That the iPad Pro will not be the only Apple device to adopt the technology this year.
According to research firm Trendforce, Apple plans to launch new Apple M1X MacBook Pro 14-inch and 16-inch MacBook Pro models with mini-LED displays in the second half of 2021. The notebook is expected to be powered by Apple’s silicon chip and features a new design. Which restores the SD card slot and HDMI port.
There is a lot to look forward to with the new high-end MacBook Pro model. Because Apple is likely to equip these laptops with an improved version of its M1 chip. Maybe M1X brand or something like that. Credible sources such as Bloomberg’s Mark Gurman and analyst Yin Guo are also claimed. That the touch bar will be replaced by a physical function key and that the magsef magnetic power cords will return.
As of this week, Apple has updated four Mac models with Apple’s silicon chip. Which includes a Apple M1X MacBook Pro 24-inch iMac, 13-inch MacBook Pro, MacBook Air and Mac Mini. Apple has previously stated that its transition from the Intel processor will be completed around the 2022 WWDC Worldwide Developers Conference.