M1 Pro And Max MacBook Users Say Display Blooming Effect Is Less Noticeable Compared To 12.9-Inch iPad Pro

M1 Pro And Max MacBook Users Say Display Blooming Effect Is Less Noticeable Compared To 12.9-Inch iPad Pro

Now that people are getting their new 14 and 16-inch MacBook Pros we’re hearing all about just how great they and their Apple silicon are. Interestingly there are initial signs that the mini-LED technology used in the displays is not as susceptible to blooming as found on the mini-LED 12.9-inch iPad Pro.

A number of people have taken to the internet to report that they are seeing blooming on their displays, but it’s not much.

Blooming is when a white object on a black background appears to spill over, creating a sort of halo effect. It’s something that is inherent to the technology used, and while some people say that it is definitely a thing, they also point out that the displays are exceptional otherwise.

As pointed out by a MacRumors forum member:

Comparing the 12.9″ iPad Pro and the new 16″ MacBook Pro, the MacBook Pro is a bit better. Much less blooming, and the colors pop a bit more. That being said they are both amazing screens. When I first used the iPad I was really impressed by the screen. When I first used the MacBook Pro I was completely blown away. As a test I played a 4K HDR demo and the peak brightness, colors, and the realism is one of the best I have seen on any screen (not counting extremely high end TVs).

This isn’t something that we can expect to be improved via a software update and it’s something that isn’t really a problem that needs to be fixed. But if you’re someone who notices these things we suggest checking one of these machines out before making a purchase.

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