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by:LCD Mall     2020-08-15
Apple designed and produced its own device monitor for the first time, using a secret manufacturing facility near its California headquarters to make a small number of screens for testing purposes, according to people familiar with the matter.
The tech giant is investing heavily in next\'s development.
Those who asked to discuss internal planning anonymously said the generation of micro-screens.
Micro led screen using different light
Emit compounds than current OLED displays and promise to make future electronics thinner, brighter, and less power --hungry.
The screens are said to be more difficult to produce than OLED displays, and about a year ago the company almost killed the project.
Engineers have been improving since then, they say, and technology is now in advanced stages, although consumers may have to wait a few years to see the results.
This ambitious undertaking is the latest example of Apple\'s introduction of the design of key componentshouse.
The company has been designing chips for its mobile devices for several years.
It\'s been in the monitor for a long time.
Could hurt a range of vendor terms, from screen makers like Samsung Electronics, Japanese monitors, Sharp and LG monitors to companies like Synaptics that produce chips
Screen interface.
This could also hurt general display.
Leading developer of OLED technology.
Controlling micro-led technology will help Apple stand out in the mature smartphone market and surpass competitors such as Samsung who can highlight the screen.
Ray Soneira, who runs screen tester display mate Technologies, said that the design was introduced-
House is a \"golden opportunity\" for Apple \".
\"Everyone can buy OLED or LCD screens,\" he said . \"
But Apple can have miniature led.
\"It\'s not easy.
Mass production of new screens requires new manufacturing equipment.
When the technology is ready, something else may have replaced it.
Apple may run into insurmountable obstacles, abandon the project, or push it back.
It is also an expensive effort.
In the end, Apple may outsource production of its new screen technology to minimize the risk of manufacturing snafus damaging its bottom line.
California\'s facilities are too small for the public.
A person familiar with the matter said the company hopes to keep proprietary technology away from its partners for as long as possible.
An Apple spokesman declined to comment.
Now, smartphones and other gadgets are basically in use. the-
Shelf display technology.
The Apple Watch screen is made by LG Display.
The same goes for Google\'s Big Pixel phones.
Apple\'s first OLED iPhone X uses Samsung technology.
Handset manufacturers adjust their screens to their specifications, and Apple has been calibrating iPhone screens for years to ensure color accuracy.
But this marks the first time Apple has designed a screen terminal. to-end itself.
Secret initiative, code-
Apple executive Lynn Youngs, named T159, was responsible for helping develop touch screens for the original iPhone and iPad and is now responsible for iPhone and Apple Watch screen technology. The 62,000-square-
The foot factory is Apple\'s first such factory, located on an otherwise obscure Street in Santa Clara, California. , a 15-
It\'s only a few minutes\' drive from Cupertino\'s Apple Park and several other unmarked Apple offices.
There, about 300 engineers are designing and producing miniature led screens for future products.
The facility also provides a special area for the complex process of \"growing\" LEDs.
Another facility nearby has the technology to handle so
Called LED transmission: the process of putting a single pixel into a micro LED screen.
Apple acquired the startup LuxVue in 2014, thus inheriting the intellectual property rights of the process.
Apple designed and produced its own device monitor for the first time, using a secret manufacturing facility near its California headquarters to make a small number of screens for testing purposes, according to people familiar with the matter.
The tech giant is investing heavily in next\'s development.
Those who asked to discuss internal planning anonymously said the generation of micro-screens.
Micro led screen using different light
Emit compounds than current OLED displays and promise to make future electronics thinner, brighter, and less power --hungry.
The screens are said to be more difficult to produce than OLED displays, and about a year ago the company almost killed the project.
Engineers have been improving since then, they say, and technology is now in advanced stages, although consumers may have to wait a few years to see the results.
This ambitious undertaking is the latest example of Apple\'s introduction of the design of key componentshouse.
The company has been designing chips for its mobile devices for several years.
It\'s been in the monitor for a long time.
Could hurt a range of vendor terms, from screen makers like Samsung Electronics, Japanese monitors, Sharp and LG monitors to companies like Synaptics that produce chips
Screen interface.
This could also hurt general display.
Leading developer of OLED technology.
Controlling micro-led technology will help Apple stand out in the mature smartphone market and surpass competitors such as Samsung who can highlight the screen.
Ray Soneira, who runs screen tester display mate Technologies, said that the design was introduced-
House is a \"golden opportunity\" for Apple \".
\"Everyone can buy OLED or LCD screens,\" he said . \"
But Apple can have miniature led.
\"It\'s not easy.
Mass production of new screens requires new manufacturing equipment.
When the technology is ready, something else may have replaced it.
Apple may run into insurmountable obstacles, abandon the project, or push it back.
It is also an expensive effort.
In the end, Apple may outsource production of its new screen technology to minimize the risk of manufacturing snafus damaging its bottom line.
California\'s facilities are too small for the public.
A person familiar with the matter said the company hopes to keep proprietary technology away from its partners for as long as possible.
An Apple spokesman declined to comment.
Now, smartphones and other gadgets are basically in use. the-
Shelf display technology.
The Apple Watch screen is made by LG Display.
The same goes for Google\'s Big Pixel phones.
Apple\'s first OLED iPhone X uses Samsung technology.
Handset manufacturers adjust their screens to their specifications, and Apple has been calibrating iPhone screens for years to ensure color accuracy.
But this marks the first time Apple has designed a screen terminal. to-end itself.
Secret initiative, code-
Apple executive Lynn Youngs, named T159, was responsible for helping develop touch screens for the original iPhone and iPad and is now responsible for iPhone and Apple Watch screen technology. The 62,000-square-
The foot factory is Apple\'s first such factory, located on an otherwise obscure Street in Santa Clara, California. , a 15-
It\'s only a few minutes\' drive from Cupertino\'s Apple Park and several other unmarked Apple offices.
There, about 300 engineers are designing and producing miniature led screens for future products.
The facility also provides a special area for the complex process of \"growing\" LEDs.
Another facility nearby has the technology to handle so
Called LED transmission: the process of putting a single pixel into a micro LED screen.
Apple acquired the startup LuxVue in 2014, thus inheriting the intellectual property rights of the process.
Apple designed and produced its own device monitor for the first time, using a secret manufacturing facility near its California headquarters to make a small number of screens for testing purposes, according to people familiar with the matter.
The tech giant is investing heavily in next\'s development.
Those who asked to discuss internal planning anonymously said the generation of micro-screens.
Micro led screen using different light
Emit compounds than current OLED displays and promise to make future electronics thinner, brighter, and less power --hungry.
The screens are said to be more difficult to produce than OLED displays, and about a year ago the company almost killed the project.
Engineers have been improving since then, they say, and technology is now in advanced stages, although consumers may have to wait a few years to see the results.
This ambitious undertaking is the latest example of Apple\'s introduction of the design of key componentshouse.
The company has been designing chips for its mobile devices for several years.
It\'s been in the monitor for a long time.
Could hurt a range of vendor terms, from screen makers like Samsung Electronics, Japanese monitors, Sharp and LG monitors to companies like Synaptics that produce chips
Screen interface.
This could also hurt general display.
Leading developer of OLED technology.
Controlling micro-led technology will help Apple stand out in the mature smartphone market and surpass competitors such as Samsung who can highlight the screen.
Ray Soneira, who runs screen tester display mate Technologies, said that the design was introduced-
House is a \"golden opportunity\" for Apple \".
\"Everyone can buy OLED or LCD screens,\" he said . \"
But Apple can have miniature led.
\"It\'s not easy.
Mass production of new screens requires new manufacturing equipment.
When the technology is ready, something else may have replaced it.
Apple may run into insurmountable obstacles, abandon the project, or push it back.
It is also an expensive effort.
In the end, Apple may outsource production of its new screen technology to minimize the risk of manufacturing snafus damaging its bottom line.
California\'s facilities are too small for the public.
A person familiar with the matter said the company hopes to keep proprietary technology away from its partners for as long as possible.
An Apple spokesman declined to comment.
Now, smartphones and other gadgets are basically in use. the-
Shelf display technology.
The Apple Watch screen is made by LG Display.
The same goes for Google\'s Big Pixel phones.
Apple\'s first OLED iPhone X uses Samsung technology.
Handset manufacturers adjust their screens to their specifications, and Apple has been calibrating iPhone screens for years to ensure color accuracy.
But this marks the first time Apple has designed a screen terminal. to-end itself.
Secret initiative, code-
Apple executive Lynn Youngs, named T159, was responsible for helping develop touch screens for the original iPhone and iPad and is now responsible for iPhone and Apple Watch screen technology. The 62,000-square-
The foot factory is Apple\'s first such factory, located on an otherwise obscure Street in Santa Clara, California. , a 15-
It\'s only a few minutes\' drive from Cupertino\'s Apple Park and several other unmarked Apple offices.
There, about 300 engineers are designing and producing miniature led screens for future products.
The facility also provides a special area for the complex process of \"growing\" LEDs.
Another facility nearby has the technology to handle so
Called LED transmission: the process of putting a single pixel into a micro LED screen.
Apple acquired the startup LuxVue in 2014, thus inheriting the intellectual property rights of the process.
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