In the morning we reported that Apple is negotiating with Samsung and LG for the iPad
Pro and Macbook’s plans to install OLED displays, although Samsung has made prototype products, it does not seem to meet Apple’s expectations or Apple believes that the timing is not good, and plans to postpone the release until 2023 or 2024. The news broke that Apple’s use of double-layer OLED this time, compared with the single-layer OLED commonly used in current smart phones, has twice the brightness and four times the lifespan.
Although it looks very exciting, there is news from Japan saying thatApple is also actively investing in micrYOU AREPanel development, and through acquisitions hope to master key technologies.
MicroLED is often confused with mini LED. Strictly speaking, the former can be regarded as a panel, while the latter is just a backlight technology, and the physical size of the LED light-emitting chip is very different.
The microLED almost retains all the advantages of the OLED panel, and more importantly, there is no chronic problem of burning the screen.
Currently,SamsungMicroLED has been launchedtelevisionThe product, but the price is very high, which proves that the current relatively big problem of microLED is the high cost, especially if it goes in the direction of miniaturization, the cost problem is even more prominent.