One of the iPhone features Apple steadily improved over the years was the smartphone’s screen.
The Retina display quality soon became the norm in the smartphone business, with competitors matching and even surpassing the iPhone’s Retina resolution in their own creations.
This year Apple is finally adopting OLED screens, which should convince even more rivals to shift their focus to OLED, a screen technology that Samsung has been using it its devices for years.
But Apple is also readying a new display technology that’s supposed to be even better than OLED, but the iPhone won’t get it first.
It’s called micro-LED, and this isn’t the first time we hear about it. It’s supposed to deliver better performance in bright light conditions, and it’s expected to be even more energy efficient than OLED.
It’s also the kind of display tech that, like OLED, will let OEMs come up with all sorts of new devices, featuring flexible and foldable screens.
Earlier reports also indicated that Apple could use micro-LED display technology to create future mixed reality headsets.
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