Apple's working on MicroLED screens that could be used in its gadgets in the next few years, rumors say.<br>
The iPhone maker (Apple) is developing MicroLED screens at a secret plant in California and has made a huge investment for this, according to the report. <br>
The difficulty of producing it could be a few years before an Apple-made MicroLED screen is in consumer's hands, according to report:
The screens are far more difficult to produce than OLED displays, and the company almost killed the project a year or so ago, the people say. Engineers have since been making progress and the technology is now at an advanced stage, they say, though consumers will probably have to wait a few years before seeing the results.
With this, Apple can distance itself from relying on suppliers like Samsung, Sharp, LG Display, and Japan Display. It could also own the MicroLED market after missing out on the current OLED display craze.
Apple's secret testing facility is located in San Jose, according to report:
<li>The 62,000-square-foot manufacturing facility, the first of its kind for Apple, is located on an otherwise unremarkable street in Santa Clara, California, a 15-minute drive from the Apple Park campus in Cupertino and near a few other unmarked Apple offices.</li>
<li>There, about 300 engineers are designing and producing MicroLED screens for use in future products. The facility also has a special area for the intricate process of "growing" LEDs. </li></strong>
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