Samsung begins development of possible OLED panel for 2024 iPad models

A new report shows that Samsung Display has just started development of a new OLED panel that uses a two-stack tandem structure, which could be featured on future iPad models, as rumors of an OLED iPad continue to multiply.

The elect says the South Korean display maker is developing the panels to win the Apple OLED iPad order slated for launch in 2024, according to people familiar with the matter.

This OLED display uses a dual-stack tandem structure where the panel has two Emission Lawyers (EML).

“Having a dual-stack structure, as opposed to the single-stack structure currently manufactured by Samsung Display, doubles the brightness of the OLED panel when its lifespan is expected to be quadrupled,” the post explains.

The report says that not only could this screen be featured on iPad models launched by 2024, but it’s also expected that Apple could apply OLED panels to its MacBook and iMac lineups as well.

This so-called T1 material is currently in development as Samsung Display aims to apply the material for commercial production in 2023. Then its successor T2 is currently aiming to start commercial production in 2024, which could be the one available on iPad, according to this timeline. .

The elect recalls that Apple worked with Samsung to make an OLED iPad last year, but it was canceled during the third quarter of last year, as reported by analyst Ming-Chi Kuo.

An earlier report from the publication last month showed that LG was also aiming for a bite out of Apple’s future OLED iPads, as the company plans to double production capacity at a dedicated OLED factory for small and midsize displays.

If Apple will in fact launch an OLED iPad, don’t expect it to be unveiled at next week’s Peek Performance event, where the Cupertino company is supposed to show off the fifth-generation iPad Air with the feature. Center Stage, the A15 Bionic chip and 5G. Support.

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