Apple is obviously in advanced talks with Taiwanese manufacturers of displays to introduce microLED displays into their products as early as next year via Economic Daily News.
The company obviously prepares the Apple Watch with a microLED screen that replaces the current OLED panel produced by LG Display.
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Although suppliers have naturally refused to confirm the deal with Apple, one of the suppliers said it was in touch with the SmartWatch industry in the US. 19659002] The mass production of these parts would take about nine months, which means that any revision of Apple's hardware at the end of 2019 will continue to use OLED panels. According to this report, Apple wants to switch to using microLED on iPhones down.
Bloomberg was the first store to enlighten Apple's microbe ambitions in March. At that time, Apple was said to build custom microwave screens at facilities near Apple Park.
Switching from OLED to microLED is expected to improve miniaturization and battery life as micro-pixels are more energy efficient. MicroLED panels are also less prone to burning artifacts than OLEDs.