Apple is reportedly developing an iPad Pro and MacBook Pro with new Mini-LED screen technology.Analyst Ming-Chi Kuo has claimed we can expect these updated devices with Mini-LED screens in late 2020, according to 9to5Mac. Kuo already claimed earlier this year that Apple was working on laptops and tablets and large displays with Mini-LEDs, but he didn’t know if they’d arrive in 2020 or 2021. Now, however, he thinks Apple will release its new iPad Pro and a 16-inch MacBook Pro with Mini-LED screens within a year.Best Apple iPad tips and tricks: A masterclass in managing your tabletThe iPad Pro refresh will reportedly arrive around Q3 2020 (July to September) with an A14X processor. The MacBook Pro should debut a couple months later in Q4 (October to December). Kuo also said he believes Apple will release more Mini-LED-equipped products over the next few years.Apple supposedly prefersMini-LED display panels over OLED – especially for its larger devices – because they offer advanced features such as localised dimming, a wide color gamut, high contrast and brightness, and more dynamic range. They also don’t suffer from OLED burn-in as easily, and they won’t degrade over time like OLED are known to do, both of which are huge draws for the company.Apple iPad Pro 2019: Release date, rumours, specs, features and newsKeep in mind Appleuses OLED screens in theiPhone 11 Pro and Apple Watch.