Apple may outfit 2021 iPad Pro with advanced MiniLED displays
Jan 10 2021
The first computers to use an Apple Silicon chip instead of Intel chips were the Mac mini, MacBook Air, and MacBook Pro that Apple launched in the fourth quarter of 2020. The screen differs significantly from the MacBook Pro screen because the Razer Book uses a matte finish, which can be nice in situations where there is a lot of glare.
Everything indicates that thanks to this new chip, Apple will be able to increase its sales of computers.
When it comes to performance, the Apple M1 chip wins. It's the first time in a while that more than one or two models of the Air have been discounted this much, making it a good opportunity to grab one if you've been holding out for a price drop. On top of that, there is a new patent that has been filed by the company on researching a new integration of multiple inductive charging coils on Macbooks and iPads. Dubbed as "Inductive charging between electronic devices", this is not a new thing as Huawei has done it already but to wireless charge it on a laptop and tablet is another story.
But that would mean a big redesign: MacBooks are now made out of aluminum which is not compatible with wireless charging.
If the idea was cool, it is unfortunately just a patent. Those who are deep in Apple's ecosystem will get more use out of the M1 MacBook Pro, while those who rely on Windows software would prefer the Razer Book 13. Doing so, it is more power-efficient that OLED panels too. Reverse charging technology has been explored by some Android smartphone manufacturers, but Apple seems to be moving in the other direction by adding functionality in different parts of your laptop, as shown in the picture: from the MacBook card, when it closes, but also on the trackpad and wrist rest. And for more expensive machines, there may also be a processor with 32 cores.