MacBook Air with OLED display rumored to launch in 2024

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Apple is expected to introduce its first MacBook Air with an OLED display at some point during 2024, according to reliable analyst Ross Young on Twitter, who suggests that the machine will support ProMotion and offer users superior picture quality and faster refresh rates.

The launch of a new MacBook Air with an OLED display would see Apple move away from the LED-backlit Liquid Retina display used on the current 13.6-inch MacBook Air, with the iPhone maker also rumored to launch OLED versions of the 11-inch iPad Pro, and 12.9-inch iPad Pro in the same year.

In general, OLED displays offer a better viewing experience over LED thanks to several advantages in display quality including a larger color range and high contrast levels, better handling of darkness and lighting precision, and fast response times.

Despite not sharing any details about what other features the new 2024 OLED MacBook Air could bring, Young has previously reported that the machine would have “two-stack” OLED displays with two red, green, and blue emission layers for increased brightness and lower power consumption.

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