Apple is reportedly planning to launch an iPad with OLED display in 2024 and now a new report claims that the upcoming OLED iPads will be thinner and lighter. The Cupertino-based tech giant is working with major domestic display partners to produce final prototypes of OLED iPads. Apple is building several prototypes and repeating the testing process several times.
According to GSMArena, samsung And LG are the two main display suppliers and both are said to be working on new OLED panels designed specifically for Apple’s upcoming 2024 iPads.
Apple will also introduce the iPad OLED display dry etching process for the first time. Display dry etching is a process of removing unnecessary parts using chemical techniques when creating thin film transistor (TFT) circuit patterns.
The quality of OLED is relatively small, and its seismic coefficient is high. OLED has a wide field of vision, up to about 170 degrees. The OLED response speed is very fast, and the response time is only microseconds. The organic plastic layer of OLED is thinner, lighter and more flexible. However, the production of OLED panels is difficult, so the price is relatively expensive.
remember, Apple And Samsung was working on making a 10.8-inch OLED display last year, but the entire project had to be put on hold in Q3 2021. Reportedly, Apple placed an order for “panels with a two-stack tandem structure”, but it turns out, the project was too expensive for Samsung and it could not deliver as many panels as needed.
Apple is working with BOE to make larger-sized OLED displays for Macs and iPads. BOE may reportedly manufacture OLED displays up to 15 inches in size. Reportedly, the new BOE factory is capable of manufacturing OLED displays with two layers of red, green and blue emission layers. This will allow iPads to get higher brightness from their screens.
For the unversed, BOE currently supplies OLED displays for the latest iPhone 13 series.
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