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Apple's next custom hardware trick might be its own microLED screens

21 days ago   |   By The Verge

Illustration by Nick Barclay / The Verge
Apple is reportedly working on designing its own in-house microLED displays to use in devices like the iPhone and Apple Watch, according to Bloomberg 's Mark Gurman. The report says that the screens could start showing up on devices as early as next year, following almost five years of planning and development.
Currently, Apple uses displays designed and produced by a variety of vendors - the OLED panels for the iPhone 14s are reportedly made by Samsung, LG, and BOE. According to Gurman, Apple will likely still have other companies produce its...
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Apple iPhone 15 Pro Models Likely to Get a Price Increase

Apple iPhone 15 Pro Models Likely to Get a Price Increase

21 days ago   |   By Tech Times

Apple iPhone 15 Pro models might get a price increase than the iPhone 14 Pro lineup.
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