It is expected to make hybrid OLED panels thinner and reduce production costs – the displays will become cheaper.
According to available data, this hybrid technology combines a rigid OLED glass substrate with a flexible OLED film (TFE) layer. This makes it thinner than traditional OLED and less expensive than flexible OLED as it does not require backlighting.
The new display type is expected to be introduced to the iPad Pro series. Also, interestingly, the messages about this technology date back to August 2022, when Apple is said to be able to introduce it on tablets by 2024.
Today’s report shows that LG will only use the new technology in eighth-generation OLED products, while the iPad 2024 will continue to be based on the current sixth-generation.
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