MicroLED technology is a next-generation emissive display technology that promises highly efficient and bright displays that offer superior image quality with infinite contrast and a wide color gamut.
Read the full story Posted: Oct 06,2019 Will PlayNitride and RiTDisplay supply Apple with MicroLED displays for future Watch devices? According to Taiwan's Economic News Daily, PlayNitride and RiTDisplay are in talks with Apple to supply microLED displays for Apple's next-generation Watch wearable.
Last July, Gotta Be Mobile believed the first-generation iPad Mini would feature an IZGO display made by Sharp Inc., which can be fitted for extremely thin hardware devices and can reportedly handle pixel densities above 330 ppi. IZGO displays are also said to feature better brightness than most LCD screens on the market, but the important part of the statement is that Apple sought the displays to be made by Sharp: A note from Apple analyst Horace Dediu dated Nov. 7 said Apple spent $2.3 billion for "product tooling, manufacturing process equipment and infrastructure." Dediu believed this massive pile of money was used to bail out Sharp, which was reportedly in dire financial straits earlier in the year.
Apple's next-generation iPhone may support the 802.11ay Wi-Fi standard, according to a report from Japanese tech blog Macotakara. Such networks run on faster 60GHz millimeter wave bands, unlike most Wi-Fi routers today, which use 2.5GHz and 5GHz bands. Networks that run on this standard should be capable of delivering fast, low-latency connections to nearby devices, potentially improving on features like AirDrop.
One thing we can say with confidence is Matter over Thread. Amazon has already delivered Matter on many devices and promised Thread for some, including the Echo 4th gen, so all that remains is for the company to offer both out-of-the-box in the next generation. 2b1af7f3a8