RUMORS! HEARSAY! SPECULATION! Yes, this article has it all. In my interview with Aaron Vronko we touched briefly on the possibility that the new iPhone would pack a Super AMOLED screen. This new display technology (developed by Samsung) would give Apple a head's up on their plain-old AMOLED-packing competitors, like the Nexus One.
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Now articles have popped up on Gadget Venue and PMP Today discussing rumors of a Super AMOLED screen for the new iPhone. I traced the rumors back to their source at OLED display.net, who claims to have heard from OLED industry sources that Apple is very interested in Samsung's technology.
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They state that the Cupertino-based company was originally distrustful of AMOLED screens, due to the power drain and the difficulty in bright sunlight. Since Super AMOLED has better battery life and has less issues getting 'washed out' in sunlight, it is closer to Apple's wheelhouse. Quotes from 'industry sources' are always difficult to verify, so take this rumor with a grain of salt. More iPhone 2010 aka iPhone 4G Rumors.