Apple may be developing a foldable iPhone/iPad hybrid featuring a nine-inch OLED display when unfolded, but such a device is unlikely to launch before 2025.
Apple's first OLED laptop, an OLED MacBook, is reportedly scheduled to launch “around 2025” and it could apparently feature LG Display's Gen 8.5 OLED panel.
The Control Center interface typically exhibits a blurred background, but if you want something exhibiting a more extreme form of minimalism, then you might prefer a totally blacked out Control Center background instead.
OLED iPads are reportedly in the works, with Apple potentially launching a massive new iPad Pro model in the future featuring a screen measuring 15 inches diagonally.
One of the things that I like about iOS is how it automatically brightens the display when showing a coupon or pass from the native Wallet app. While the intent behind this feature was to make scanning bar or QR codes easier, there are other apps where auto display brightness adjustments could be useful.
Apple's transition to displays with mini-LED technology is only an interesting one if you follow the rumor mill. If you do, then you know that the expectation is that Apple, at some point in the relatively near future, is going to make another transition in its display technology usage. This one will be to OLED, a technology that a lot of people have been demanding for quite some time.
Apple is now predicted to launch OLED iPad Pros in 2023 or 2024 after an analyst said the company was winding down the development of OLED panels for some of its 2022 tablets.
Apple didn’t introduce always-on display (AOD) functionality with its iPhone 13 lineup this year as many had expected them to do. Fortunately, one advantage to jailbreaking these days is that you can enjoy an always-on display experience on your current iPhone without waiting for Apple to get their bleep together.
In fact, a newly released and free jailbreak tweak dubbed AlwaysOnMusic by iOS developer Jez takes a new and rather exciting approach to always-on display functionality for anyone who enjoys using their iPhone for music consumption.
Just under a week ago, the Dynastic Repo repository announced a planned shutdown that would occur sometime next year. Dynastic Repo also noted that it would roll out an archival program that would continue hosting existing tweaks and let users download those tweaks that are already hosted there. Free tweaks would be enrolled in the archival program automatically, while paid tweaks would either need to opt-in to it or move to another repository altogether.
The announcement also included an excerpt pertaining specifically to the popular paid ShortLook jailbreak tweak, which was created by several developers associated with Dynastic Repo including Ayden Panhuyzen, Jamie Bishop, and José Hernandez. Given the upcoming archival program, those developers decided that ShortLook would be made free inline with the upcoming changes. Interestingly enough, however, ShortLook went free much sooner than expected…
Samsung is understood to have begun preparations for mass production of iPad Pro-sized display panels based on organic light-emitting diode (OLED) technology, says a new report.
If you needed another proof that Apple will finally swap the MacBook Pro's Touch Bar feature for a standard function row of keys along with a physical Escape key, here it is...
The first OLED-based iPads should drop in 2022 beginning with the next iPad Air, with Apple following up with the first iPad Pro models equipped with OLED panels in 2023.