Renders Envision an iPhone Concept With a Curved Display

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Technically speaking, the glass on the iPhone is already curved slightly at the edges, but if the rumor mill is any indicator, Apple is looking to go big with curved displays at some point in the future. Continue reading
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Warning: macOS 10.13.4 May Break 3rd-Party Display Platforms

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Apple’s latest update for macOS is causing critical issues for users of third-party display products, including two popular screen extender platforms. Reportedly, macOS High Sierra 10.13.4 breaks support for popular third-party display products and platforms. The problems are not isolated, either. According to reports, “critical bugs” within macOS 10.13.4 are just rendering certain features of […]
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MicroLED vs. TFT and OLED: Why Apple is interested in new display tech for future iPhone or Apple Watch

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Reports suggest that Apple is getting closer to implementing MicroLED in its future product releases, including the Apple Watch, with the display technology potentially offering a number of benefits compared to other methods. AppleInsider explains how the current TFT and OLED display technologies work, and how MicroLED differs.
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OnePlus 6 will let you hide its display notch

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OnePlus 6 display notch official

One week after confirming that the OnePlus 6 will have a display notch, OnePlus has confirmed another detail of the OP6’s screen.

OnePlus will allow OnePlus 6 owners to “hide” the device’s notch. This will be accomplished by giving OP6 users the option to black out the background of the notifications and status bar. OnePlus will add this feature to the OnePlus 6 in a software update after the phone’s launch.

According to OnePlus CEO Pete Lau, a status bar blackout feature was considered for the OnePlus 6 early on, but the company opted not to add it so that it could instead focus on the device’s full-screen experience. “I still believe the best way to experience the OnePlus 6 is using the full potential of the display,” Lau says. But many users expressed interest in a blackout feature, OnePlus has decided to give OP6 owners that option.

While some people don’t mind the notch, others really don’t care for it. That’s why it’s good to see OnePlus offer the option to black it out on the OnePlus 6, and it’s possible that this move will help convince some people that were on fence about the OP6 because of its notch to pull the trigger on the device.

What do you think of display notches?

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macOS 10.13.4 update breaks Duet Display, Air Display & USB DisplayLink drivers

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Apple’s recent macOS 10.13.4 update is causing some havoc among people using screen extenders like Duet Display and Air Display, as well as USB DisplayLink-connected monitors.
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Apple Said To Be Working On MicroLED Display For Future Apple Watch And AR Wearable

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Following on from a similar report which came out of the altogether more reliable Bloomberg last week, DigiTimes is today reporting that Apple is indeed working with TSMC on a new MicroLED display technology for use in future products.

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LG Display made the OLED screens of the Huawei Mate RS

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LG Display may have scored big time – it sold flexible OLED displays to Huawei for the curved screen of the Mate RS Porsche Design. It’s important to note that LG didn’t make the OLED screen for the Huawei P20 Pro, so the deal in its current form is pretty low volume. However, Huawei is the third biggest smartphone maker in the world and LG Display is reportedly “paying special attention” to the Huawei contract. If things go well, there’s plenty of room for orders to grow. The Mate RS, as you probably know, is one of the first smartphones with a fingerprint reader under its display….

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Apple’s next iPhone display revolution might begin with its mysterious AR glasses

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The iPhone X is Apple’s first handset to sport an OLED screen instead of LCD, but Apple is already planning a new display revolution for its products, not just the iPhone. Apple is working on MicroLED screens, various reports have said, with a new story claiming that the Apple Watch and unreleased first-generation Apple AR glasses will feature MicroLED displays shortly.

Apple is also said to be developing MicroLED screens that are bigger than the iPhone and could be used in larger devices, like MacBooks.

Apple has partnered with TSMC to manufacture small-size MicroLED screens, Digitimes has learned. The two companies are working on silicon-based backplanes for use in the Apple Watch and the mysterious augmented reality device Apple is rumored to be working on.

The Apple Watch’s MicroLED screen would measure 1.3- to 1.4-inches and will supposedly enter mass production as early as the second half of 2018 or in 2019. The AR wearable device would have a 0.7- to 0.8-inch Micro LED screen, but the glasses do not yet have a mass production date, the report notes.

Because MicroLED screens for the Apple Watch are 400-600% more expensive than OLED ones, only the top-of-the-line Apple Watch version will get it at first.

Apple is also working on large size MicroLED screens built on TFT-based backplanes, which could even be used in products much larger than the MacBook, the report notes. The only thing made by Apple that’s bigger than a MacBook is the iMac, for the time being. These panels should hit mass-production in 2019 or even later.

Recent reports did say that Apple plans to reduce the screen-to-body ratio of future Apple Watch models. It’s unclear whether the change is related to the adoption of MicroLED screen technology. However, MicroLED displays should be thinner than alternatives.

Separate reports said that Apple is planning big changes for the MacBook line starting with 2020, when Intel chips should be replaced with Apple’s own processors. It’s unclear whether such a big revamp of Apple’s MacBook and iMac lines would also include the introduction of MicroLED screens.

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Apple and TSMC could start Apple Watch MicroLED display mass production later this year

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Apple’s work on developing MicroLED panels is slowly nearing mass production, according to the report, by partnering with TSMC to manufacture small panels for use in the Apple Watch and the rumored AR wearable device, potentially starting later this year.
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Google may launch its own smart display device

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Lenovo Smart Display official

Google has released a few smart speaker Google Home devices to date, but we haven’t seen any Google Home models with a screen. Instead, Google has opted to partner with companies like Sony and Lenovo to create smart display products. That doesn’t mean that Google won’t ever make its own smart display, though.

Google has not ruled out launching its own smart display, according to Google VP Rishi Chandra. “It’s an emerging category,” Chandra told Variety. “I’m not saying we are not going to do it.”

Chandra added that Google has both parterned with other companies on devices and also released its own version of those devices in the past, and so with smart displays, it may have just made more sense to announce its partnerships first.

The Lenovo Smart Display (shown above) is a device that runs Android Things and offers the Google Assistant and comes in 8-inch and 10-inch screen sizes. The smaller model has an 8-inch 1280×800 display, 5MP wide angle camera, and a 1.75-inch 10W speaker, while the other model has a 10-inch 1920×1200 screen with 5MP wide angle camera and 2-inch 10W speaker.

A smart display could be a useful addition to someone’s home, letting them easily watch videos in the kitchen, view info like the weather and timers at a glance, and conduct video calls. A smart display seems especially useful in the kitchen, where you could watch recipe videos or view text while also getting a visual timer. 

We’ll have to wait and see if Google ever does end up release a Home-style smart display, but it seems like a product that Google could easily try at least once, especially since Amazon already offers two smart display products. Would you be interested in a smart display from Google?

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