Apple to Replace OLED Screens with MicroLED Screens

Berikut Apple to Replace OLED Screens with MicroLED Screens
Yang terbaru kami bagikan untuk anda. Dapatkan informasi gadget terbaru hanya di – Jakarta – Apple will soon replace the OLED display panels on its devices with MicroLED screens as soon as 2024, according to a report from The Korea Herald.

Information regarding the replacement of this display panel has actually been circulating before, and with this latest information, you could say the decision to replace the OLED screen with MicroLED is getting stronger.

Apart from that, there is also a report from the Institute for Information & Communications Technology Promotion (IITP) which states that Apple eventually wants to produce the MicroLED panels themselves. Although, the company was still not ready at the start of the turnover.


This means that the giant from Cupertino will still use around 60 percent of the display panels from South Korean manufacturers, namely Samsung Display and LG Display, reports GSMArena.

The transition from changing OLED display technology to MicroLED screens will begin next year with the Apple Watch Ultra. After the use of MicroLED panels on these devices, it is likely that MicroLED screens will be used on iPhones. However, IITP warned that this change would occur no earlier than 2025.

For those who don’t know, an OLED screen will be a screen with a special material that lights up when used, making it thin and flexible, this screen also shows deep blacks and has a fast response time.


Meanwhile, the MicroLED screen is a small LED screen that lights up one by one. The screen also has deep blacks but can be brighter and last longer than OLED. However, MicroLED is newer and more expensive to manufacture

In addition, this report of switching screens to MicroLED also reinforces the fact that Apple will produce various device components independently, because self-manufactured M1 chips may also weaken the market dominance of Intel, Qualcomm, and Broadcom produced by TSMC and Samsung Semiconductor. [FY/HBS]