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Apple aims to increase production of Mini LEDs for MacBook Pro

Apple continues to expand its supply of Mini LED panels in order to increase production for MacBook Pro screens. Both the 14-inch and 16-inch MacBook Pro use Mini LED display panels, a technology that first appeared on the 12.9-inch iPad Pro.

With the success of screens in these models, Apple is keen to increase production to use the technology even more. According to analyst Ming-Chi Kuo of TF Securities, the company is significantly expanding the supply chain capacity of its Mini LED panels for MacBook Pro.

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The company is doing this even though the desktop and laptop market as a whole suffers from inflation and the ongoing Russian invasion of Ukraine.

As for the amount of gains Apple wants to see, Kue says it aims to increase supply by 20-30 percent.

Increasing production capacity provides the company with a number of benefits, including cheaper costs per panel due to economies of scale. as The increase can also be seen as a sign that the company believes that increased demand for high-end laptops is coming.

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Ku’s tweet comes after

Others were released earlier, where the analyst says: I think the gap between shipments of MacBook Pro with Mini LED panels and MacBook Pro with OLED panels It may expand in 2022 and 2023.

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Although inflation is a problem. But the company is believed to be able to outperform its competitors thanks to the brand’s value.

The comments came in response to a March 21 report from analytics firm DSCC. And the two latest MacBook Pro models from Apple enjoyed a significant dominance of the advanced laptop market after their launch.

MacBook Pro models with Mini LED panels outperformed all laptops with OLED panels in the last quarter of 2021, according to DSCC figures.

The company is expected to lead this category from the fourth quarter of the year 21 to the fourth quarter of the year 22. This comes with a share of at least 40% on a unit basis and 56% on a revenue basis each quarter.

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Source: The Arab Gateway for Technical News

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