They include of Apple Wi-Fi 6E connection, a Qualcomm 5G model processor, and many others.
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It is anticipated that the forthcoming iPhone 16 Pro would incorporate Face ID under the display.
Meanwhile, a Dynamic Island feature for the iPhone 15’s non-Pro variants was hinted at by leaked renderings of the next iOS smartphone.
Keep your tabs open at TechTimes for additional news updates on the iPhone 15 and other brand-new Apple devices.
Apple to expand MicroLED technology to iPhones, iPads, and MacBooks in coming years
The article outlines Apple’s active involvement in MicroLED technology development since its 2014 acquisition of California-based Luxe. However, compared to other types of displays, the production process is more difficult and the manufacturing costs for such displays continue to be greater. As a result, Apple will introduce the technology before bigger devices with the Apple Watch Ultra.
The main supplier of MicroLED chips for Apple, according to the report, will be the European business ams OSRAM. By 2026–2027, Taiwanese vendors like Epistar might, however, add to their supply of display chips.
A new Apple Watch Ultra with a MicroLED display has also been proposed by several sources, including Display Supply Chain Consultants CEO Ross Young, Bloomberg’s Mark Gurman, and Haitong International Securities analyst Jeff Pu.
According to Gurman and Young, the move away from OLED might start as early as the end of 2024. According to Pu, the upcoming Apple Watch Ultra will have a bigger 2.1-inch display and a brighter MicroLED display than the current Apple Watch models with OLED screens. The Ultra’s display size right now is about 1.9 inches.
Apple is still working to complete the drawn-out shift from LCD to OLED display technology. Since its 2015 release, the Apple Watch has utilized OLED and starting in 2017, the iPhone models progressively made the switch as well. According to rumors, the first MacBook and iPad Pro versions with OLED panels will be available in 2024.
The switch to MicroLED screens demonstrates Apple’s overall commitment to advancing display technology. MicroLED displays may present manufacturing and financial hurdles, but the advantages in terms of brightness and picture clarity may make them the future of Apple’s devices.
The Apple Watch Ultra is already great
While it’s exciting to see Apple advancing MicroLED technology with the Apple Watch, it’s unclear exactly what advantages customers will see by choosing MicroLED over OLED in terms of a brighter display.
When it comes to the second version of the Apple Watch, there aren’t many other rumors floating around. Yet that doesn’t imply that nothing exists. According to one report, Apple may expand the display’s size from the current 1.93 inches to 2.1 inches in addition to replacing the present display with MicroLED. The Apple Watch Ultra’s upcoming iteration will be both brighter and bigger, according to the Digitimes story, which is consistent with an earlier rumor.