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TSMC Becomes Apple's Newest Partner for Upcoming AR Glasses

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Apple has partnered with Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Co. to develop ultra-advanced display technology at a secretive facility in Taiwan. Apple has hired dozens of veterans from Taiwanese display maker AU Optoelectronics to work on the micro OLED project, as well as display experts from Japan and elsewhere.

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IPhone maker works on tech for augmented reality devices at secretive Taiwan lab TAOYUAN, Taiwan -- Apple has partnered with Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Co. to develop ultra-advanced display technology at a secretive facility in Taiwan, Nikkei Asia learned. Apple has partnered with Taiwanese LED company Epistar to co-develop the technology. Eric Chiou, a veteran display analyst at research agency TrendForce, told Nikkei that Micro OLED could be the most ideal display technology for next-generation AR displays as it can make a display ultra-small, reducing the overall weight of the device, but also comes with high-resolution. "
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February 10 Ben Lovejoy - Feb. 10th 2021 4:10 am PT @benlovejoy The Apple Glasses displays are expected to be micro OLED ones, says a new report today.
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sorry I don’t like wearing glasses..only wearing sunglasses during summer time.
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Copyright © 2021, Quiller Media, Inc. Contact Us | Privacy Policy Apple partner supplier TSMC is reportedly developing advanced micro OLED display technology for use in a rumored " Apple Glass " AR headset, though the hardware is unlikely to see integration in the near future. Citing sources familar with Apple's plans, Nikkei on Wednesday reported that the in-house display initiative is in the trial production phase, meaning mass manufacturing for consumer products is several years out.
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Apple is working with TSMC to develop ultra-thin and energy-efficient micro OLED displays for its upcoming augmented reality devices, Nikkei Asia is reporting . N301 reportedly features two 8K displays and a fabric exterior to cut down on its weight, while future headsets could eventually use this new panel technology to become slimmer and lighter.