Apple Watch 3 may boast a brand new screen technology

Angelica Greene
June 9, 2017

According to the latest reports, Apple is planning to adopt microLED for their wearable devices i.e. Apple Watch. (NASDAQ:AAPL) has already started testing Micro LED display technology for its future-generation smart devices. The company has been rumored to be working on the next Apple Watch with micro-LED panels. The Apple Watch's smaller display sizes should act as a test bed for how production should scale in the future.

If Apple dropped OLED tech it would allow them to use the more energy efficient and thinner micro-LED tech. It states that Apple is prepping hard to adopt this technology as early as the next year.

Apple's heavily anticipated tenth-anniversary iPhone model, popularly referred to as the iPhone 8 is also tipped to make a shift toward OLED display technology which is rightly considered as a significant upgrade against a traditional LCD panel found in the current iPhone models.

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OLED displays are created to be more advanced compared to an IPS LCD panel in every aspect possible. It's a burgeoning technology first brought to the general market by Sony back in 2012, when the Japanese tech-giant launched its massive 55-inch "Crystal LED Display" - a new type of micro-LED display incorporating Full HD Resolution.

"With micro-LED, Apple is looking to bestow brand-new products with unique designs to really differentiate itself from rivals such as Samsung", Eric Chiou, an analyst at Taipei-based research company WitsView told Nikkei.

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