According to a news from Bloomberg, Apple has opened a lab in Taiwan with “at least 50” engineers. Basically, they are looking forward to producing advanced display technology for their products like the iPhone and iPad. They have taken workers from Taiwanese display company AU Optronics and Qualcomm to develop new screens for their products. This big tech giant wants to make their screens thinner, lighter and more efficient.
Bloomberg’s sources also added that Apple is looking into OLED (organic light-emitting diode) containing thin flexible sheets of an organic electroluminescent material, used for visual displays. While these would tick a lot of the aforementioned boxes (and don’t need backlighting).Though they often look incredible, they are also tough and costlier to produce. If Apple can do it successfully, then it’ll reduce its supply needs and costs from other electronics giants, including Samsung, LG and Sharp.