Apple is believed to be developing its own internal MicroLED displays that can be used in devices such as the iPhone and Apple Watch. to me bloombergMark Gorman. After nearly five years of planning, the report suggests that screens could begin to appear on devices as soon as next year.
Apple currently uses displays made by a variety different vendors. OLED panels are used for the iPhone 14s. It is said to be made by Samsung, LG and BOE. Gurman says Apple will likely use other companies to produce its displays, but they will be made using Apple’s designs, specifications, and materials.
It’s the same as using the company. their chip designsYou can ditch Intel in your laptops and desktops to reap the huge performance and battery life advantages. Actually, the task of creating those processors is mainly It is located on TSMCApple is the sole designer.
According to the report, Apple plans to ship its MicroLED displays in Apple Watch first, possibly as early as 2024 to replace the OLED displays that it currently has. This seems an ambitious goal, since one of the difficulties with MicroLED is making it small — currently, the only real commercial product using this technology is Samsung big TVsLike the wall. Apple has been planning this move for some time.
It also looks as if Apple might be trying to do something similar to what it’s done with its in-house chip efforts — start small with the technology, but make it so it can be scaled up.
With the Watch, it’ll start small both literally and figuratively — while the Apple Watch sells well, it’s not quite on the level of the iPhone — giving itself time to iron out any wrinkles with its display designs before bringing it into its flagship project. Apple Inc. claims that it will be years before Apple displays make their way to the iPhone. bloomberg.
Gurman also stated that the statements are similar to those of rumored earlierRoss Young, a display analyst who plans to equip Apple Watch with MicroLED, has presented this information. He believes that the Apple Watch’s price will drop to 2025 rather than 2024.
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