You heard it here first. The iPad Air 3 will have an OLED display. In CES 2016 the big news was the movement of laptops to OLED displays. Four different laptop manufacturers have started producing laptops which will feature OLED displays to be sold Q1 2016. Samsung in the major supplier of all four companies OLED display panels. Samsung already has had the technology for 10" OLED displays for the Samsung Galaxy Tab S and S2. The announcement at CES 2016 means that Samsung is now capable of producing 13"-15" OLED displays. We already know that Apple has been in talks with Samsung to bring OLED to iPhone, but what no one has mentioned is Apple bringing OLED to iPads. Jony Ive has already proclaimed that LCD screens feel very old. I believe that the holdup on the iPad Air release is due to utilizing OLED displays rather than the current LCD. Here are my primary reasons why 1. There is no need to go thinner. The iPad Air 2 is already as thin as the device needs to be. 2. There is no need for higher resolution. The iPad Air 2 is already retina and it is unlikely that the Air 3 will have a higher pixel density than the iPad pro because it would require a processor on par or better than what it is in the iPad Pro, thus taking away from the Pro being the best device. *Edit 3. Performance is already spectacular on the Air 2, thus there is no need to improve the performance as a main selling point for the next device. What else is left for improvements on the Air 3 to sell it as a better device than the Air 2, but not better than the Pro?