After abandoning the screen market to his plight in June 2016, Apple will finally come back. Ming-Chi Kuo announces in a new note that the 31.6-inch monitor predicted mid-February will be available "in the coming months". Obviously, we will be able to get a new Apple screen of good size before the end of the year.
This screen was promised by Apple in 2017 in tandem with the Mac Pro, without giving more details on the date. Still according to TF International Securities' star analyst, this monitor would offer a 6K3K (6,144 x 3,072) for a resolution of 221 pixels per inch. He further confirms that the display will be provided by Mini-LEDs. Mini-LED is a transition technology between LED and Micro-LED, it is an "improved" version of the traditional LED backlight.
Ming-Chi Kuo also gives news of the MacBook Pro with a very large screen. In February, it evoked a diagonal between 16 and 16.5 inches. Today, it indicates that a slab of 17 inches is possible. This will bring back fond memories to the nostalgic 17-inch MacBook Pro that Apple stopped production in 2012.
This rugged maousse notebook should also benefit from a Mini-LED display. It may take longer than expected to get hold of the machine: while Kuo planned for this year, a release for the first half of 2020 is now envisaged … or 2021, it is not very clear.