Apple will likely outsource production of its new micro-LED display technology to avoid manufacturing snafus and because its secret California facility is reportedly too small for mass-production. The company wants to keep this promising proprietary technology away from its partners as long as possible, the story goes.
According to DisplayMate, OLED has gotten to the point where its tremendous performance advantages over LCDs make it the definitive premier display technology for top-tier smartphones in the foreseeable future over the next 3-5 years.
Apple will soon require all new iPhone apps, including universal apps, to natively support the edge-to-edge OLED panel on iPhone X, hopefully putting an end to non-optimized apps that run with black borders at the top and bottom.
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