According to a report, Apple has opened a lab to research and develop the new display technology in Northern Taiwan. The report that was posted by Bloomberg claims that Apple has 50 engineers and other workers to make a new display technology to be used on the iPhone, iPad, and Mac.
“Apple began operating this lab this year in an effort to make their displays thinner, lighter, brighter, and more energy-efficient. Apple also is keen to move to organic light-emitting diodes, which are even thinner and don’t require a backlight, they said. The report claims that Apple is also interested in possibly moving to OLED technology, which corroborates a similar report that surfaced last month.”
The workers who will be responsible for this research come from the former AU Optronics and Qualcomm workers. The decision to develop their own technology on the display part technology will give them the benefit, because Apple doesn’t have to rely on the third party suppliers, like Samsung, LG, and Sharp.
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