The Taiwanese founder and the Californian firm have joined forces and are in the process of designing micro-OLED screens for future Apple products.
Will Apple’s upcoming products feature revolutionary new display technology? This is what may suggest this leak of Nikkei Asia, which explains that Apple has partnered with Taiwanese TSMC to develop screen technology “Ultra advanced”. According to the Nikkei, it would be a micro-OLED display, and it is currently being designed at a secret TSMC factory in Taiwan.
But what could this new kind of screen be used for? The primary interest for Apple would be to manage to produce thinner panels, which would therefore take up less space in future products, and would allow more components to be integrated, or a larger battery. It would also be a way for Apple to reduce its dependence on other suppliers, including Samsung Display, which produces the bulk of iPhone OLED displays. Nevertheless, according to the Nikkei, these specific screens would not be intended for products that we know from the brand, such as the iPhone, iPad or Apple Watch. According to a source interviewed by the Taiwanese media, “Display players are good at making screens that get bigger and bigger, but when it comes to producing light and thin AR glasses, you need a really small screen. “ This would therefore mean that we are not talking about a screen the size of an iPhone, or even an Apple Watch. These micro-LED panels would be more particularly suitable for use in a virtual reality headset, or even augmented reality glasses. Here, here, would these be the screens of the future hybrid AR / VR headset what would Apple secretly prepare?
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