Samsung Has reportedly begun to create a new OLED panel for the future IPad Samsung is developing OLED panels that use a two-stack tandem structure to win OLED orders, according to a report by model Korean publication TheElec. Apples There are rumors that iPads will be launched in 2024 The deal between the two tech giants had already deteriorated after Samsung was unwilling to develop the technology that Apple claimed for financial reasons.
The report further states that these OLED panels from Samsung may not be limited to the Apple iPad as the company may also use it on MacBooks and iMacs. According to the report, Samsung has started making T1 components first for customer evaluation and it will start commercial production of the panel in 2023.
As previously reported by Apple analyst Ming-Chi Kuo, the first Apple OLED iPad was expected to launch in 2022. The device was delayed due to Apple’s demand for OLED panels that use a two-lac tandem structure. For those who don’t know, most OLED panels use a single-slack structure where red, green and blue form an emission layer.
However, Apple claimed a two-stack tandem structure for the iPad OLED panel because it stacks two red, green and blue emission layers, which doubles the brightness and extends the panel’s lifespan up to four times.
According to numerous reports, profitability was a problem for Samsung to completely reset the manufacturing line for back-end modules and limited production. Now, according to the latest report, Samsung is ready to make the OLED panel that Apple wants.
A report from MacRumors further states that the Chinese electronics component company, BOE, recently converted a layout of its OLED panel factory to make larger panels for devices other than smartphones and automobiles. BOE, which may also be a supplier to Apple, could make OLED displays for iPads and iMacs at the factory.