Forget the iPhone X, Apple Already Working on microLED iPhone
Apple has just launched the first OLED iPhone model in history, the iPhone X, and the company is already planning the next big display upgrade for its smartphone.
The firm has reportedly completed an important stage of the development process for microLED display technology that would be used on the Apple Watch and the iPhone, with the company now working with TSMC on the project.
A report from DigiTimes reveals that Apple has reduced the R&D team working on microLED in Taiwan, though it seems that the company actually experienced some roadblocks in the form of “mass transfer of microLED chips onto receiver substrates.”
Furthermore, the source says, Apple wasn’t satisfied with how the project advanced in Taiwan, with signs that volume production of microLED panels wouldn’t reach desired levels, so what the company decided to do was transfer part of the project to the United States and work with TSMC o… (read more)