We have recently talked about the MicroLED here in Actualidad iPhone, especially in reference to the fact that Apple wants it to be the future bet for the panels of its devices. However, this transition will undoubtedly be a long one, especially considering that devices like the iPad or MacBook have not even switched to OLED yet, something that the iPhone and Apple Watch have long enjoyed. However, Apple’s commitment to MicroLED remains strong. On this occasion and according to a leak, Apple would have invested about $ 330 million in a Taiwanese company specialized in MicroLED panels to boost its development.
According to Taiwan Sourcing Service Provider (CENS) the Cupertino company will be shaking hands with a Taiwanese manufacturer specializing in LED and LCD products.
Apple is teaming up with Epistar, a top producer of LED and LCD products in Taiwan. It is estimated that it has made an estimated investment of 334 million dollars in a plant dedicated to this purpose. The new plant will help expand Epistar’s production capabilities.
The essential difference between OLED and MicroLED is that the latter is capable of offering many advantages, especially in terms of color gamut, refresh rates, energy savings, and dynamic range.
According to the information to which we refer, the intense development and high cost of the MicroLED have led to the appearance of the MiniLED, an intermediate point between the LCD-LED panel and the MicroLED that would be less expensive, renouncing excellence in some of its characteristics. . However, it is still far away so that we can see this MiniLED technology both on the iPad and on any version of Mac, all this despite the fact that the Ming-Chi Kuo analysis has predicted its presentation between 2020 and 2021, are you ready?