New iPads and MacBooks releasing next year are expected to sport screens utilizing cutting-edge technology, according to one top analyst.

In one of his latest notes, Ming-Chi Kuo of TF Securities predicted that Apple will release several devices sporting a new, high-end screen technology known as “mini LED” next year. Kuo said that the technology will feature in six 2020 releases, including a new iPad Pro planned for release in the third quarter and a MacBook Pro planned to hit in the fourth quarter.

“We believe that Apple is planning [four to six] mini LED products,” Kuo wrote in his latest note on Monday. “The first one that will launch in [Q3 2020] will be the high-end iPad Pro that will be equipped with the A14X processor and 12.9-inch display; the second one in [Q4 2020] will be the 16-inch MacBook Pro.”

Depending on the device and model in question, Apple's mid-sized products currently utilize either LCD or OLED screens. Mini LED is expected to offer a number of benefits over these, including better color contrast and lower risk of image burn-in, a foible that is particularly associated with OLED screens of all sizes.

“We believe that the mini LED technology will significantly improve productivity and the entertainment experience,” Kuo said.

In addition to these new products, Apple is expected to launch a slew of new devices in 2020, including the next-generation iPhone 12, the cheaper iPhone SE 2, and a new series of Apple Watch. The 2020 iPad Pro is also expected to feature 3D cameras.

iPad Pro display Apple's 2020 iPad Pro might feature a new kind of display technology. (Pictured: The new iPad Pro is put on display during an Apple launch event at One Hanson Place on October 30, 2018 in the Brooklyn borough of New York City. Apple debuted a new MacBook Pro, Mac Mini and iPad Pro.) Photo: Getty Images/Stephanie Keith