Orders for OLED MacBooks: LG plans to compete with Samsung

According to a new supply chain analysis released today, the LG display business is trying to be able to compete for MacBook OLED orders around 2025. It comes after a claim that the business is also preparing for the iPad OLED panels, which is slated to start. one year sooner. There have been several rumors that Apple is planning on launching the MacBooks OLED at a time, but no specific date has been set.

We have already summarized the four types of Apple display technology either used or expect to use. IPS LCD with conventional backlighting. This also applies to older Macs and cheaper iPhones. IPS LCD with miniLED backlighting. Apple switched to this for the iPad Pro models, and is currently using the new MacBook Pro. It allows for blacks and whites, and makes a surprising difference.

OLED. Apple first got this in the Apple Watch before bringing it to the iPhone, starting with the iPhone X. Apple has not yet used this in either iPads or MacBooks, but it expects to do so sometime in 2023-2026. MicroLED. Despite the similarity in the name to the miniLED, this is a completely different technology. It is a much more effective version of OLED. It is more light, energy-efficient and does not suffer from burns. Apple’s interest in microLED dates back to at least 2014, and while there are signs of improvement, this technology is still in the early stages of development. As with OLED, it is possible to come first to the Apple Watch, then to the iPhone, iPad and Macs, in that order.

Apple has reported that it has tested OLED screens for MacBooks from way back in 2016. The company initially said it is in the 2025 market for the first MacBook OLED, although doubts about this watch have been revealed. As was the case with the first OLED iPhones, Samsung was in a very good position to beat the early MacBook OLED orders as it had a strong technical direction in the displays. The company already makes OLED laptop screens in both 14- and 16-inch sizes. LG’s introduction of computing the release process for Gen 8.5 (2200x2500mm) OLED panels from December last year, TheElec has learned. […]

LG Display aims to provide Gen 8.5 OLED panels, which will be used for IT applications, to Apple for their first MacBook OLED, which is expected to launch around 2025. South Korean display maker plans to use your Gen 6 OLED lines. for dual OLED gaming iPads (12.9-inch and 11-inch) that are expected to launch earlier than the MacBook OLED.

As the OLED panels that will be used on MacBooks and iPads launch later than the first two OLED tablets will be larger, it is a more economical opportunity for the LG Display to use larger substrates such as the Gen 8.5 as more panels can cut them out for each. substrate when it takes less time.

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