Apple Reportedly Working on Thinner, Brighter Displays at Secret Taiwanese Lab

Apple Reportedly Working on Thinner, Brighter Displays at Secret Taiwanese Lab
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Apple has opened a secret laboratory in northern Taiwan, with 50 workers on staff said to be developing thinner, lighter and brighter displays for future Apple devices. Some of the team is being sourced from local display maker AU Optronics Corp. and Qualcomm to work at the new facility, which itself is owned by Qualcomm. The information comes from Bloomberg, which also reports that engineers are developing more-advanced versions of the liquid-crystal displays currently used in iPhones, iPads and Mac personal computers. Additionally, Apple has its sights on organic light-emitting diode (OLED) displays, which are even thinner and don’t require a backlight, though they are more expensive and difficult to produce.

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