Shadocx, I've been thinking about the same thing 2 hours ago, the manufacturer boasted that their phone has 1300 nits...more 😂😂😂 on their yacht deck, now this may be true.
Non250, 3 hours ago I don’t understand the purpose of using high brightness, unless you are outdoors or on your phone... More I don’t think this is a professional, just like I want to watch movies or HDR videos in direct sunlight , Most people watch movies in a dark room, such as in a theater. But who knows, maybe some people like to use iPad and MacBook in direct sunlight on the yacht deck, but I doubt it is common.
dbjungle, the classic Apple 2021 4 hours ago: You don’t need OLED in your laptop, mini LED is better and brighter...
I don't understand the purpose of using high brightness, unless you are outdoors or if your battery drops and you need to use the screen instead of the flash because it will be brighter than the actual flash 🤦🏻♂️🤷🏻♂️
Apple fans in 2021: Mini leads the way. Apple fans in 2025: oled all the way.
dbjungle, they will sell you Apple Care Eyes 4 hours ago. This is called "I care" 😅
Do large displays really need so much brightness... don't think so.
FatShady, 4 hours ago haha, do they want more than 1600nits? The screen will burn up quickly and they will sell Apple Care for your eyes.
Classic Apple 2021: You don't need OLED in your laptop, mini LED is better and brighter... 2023: We bring you Super Liquid Retina Max (OLED panel). Starting at $2999. Mini LED is s***.
Lol, do they want more than 1600nits? The screen will burn up quickly
Unless they solve the burn-in problem, it will still be a problem, which is why one day miniLED and even microLED are feasible methods.
kek, 6 hours ago I hope they will never be able to make them. Micro LED is the way to the future to screw micro LEDs and full LED base displays!
Lithuania, what is the significance of the super bright laptop display 6 hours ago? Blind your eyes? On all laps... more for HDR scenes. You don't need the entire screen to reach 1200 nits, but when watching HDR movies or scenes, you will benefit from specific areas on the monitor becoming so bright.
I hope they will never be able to make them. Micro LED is the way to the future
What's the point of an ultra-bright laptop display? Blind your eyes? On all the laptops I own, I have never used them with a brightness of more than 50%. This is especially true on mobile phones. I use them indoors at 20-30% brightness and occasionally turn up the lights only in direct sunlight.
I hope no one will copy Apple’s notch on the MacBook to their laptop. It is enough to see a notch or even a hole on the smartphone.
It’s almost a beautiful display, except for the notch at the top
Samsung is already using triple-stack displays🤦
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