Apple Speculated To Design Flexible OLED Display For Its IWatch

Posted: Oct 1 2013, 3:37pm CDT | by , Updated: Oct 1 2013, 3:40pm CDT, in Rumors

 
Apple Speculated to Design Flexible OLED Display for its iWatch
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A Korean news website claims about Apple’s involvement in building a flexible screen for its forthcoming wearable product-the iWatch.

Chosun libo, a news agency from Korea, claims that the tech giant is going to use a flexible display in iWatch-the next product through which Apple is going to enter into the world of wearable technologies.

According to Apple Balla, Apple is reportedly rumored on Tuesday to work on a plastic OLED screen which might be used in the iWatch. The most amazing fact of the screen is its ability to be flexible. However, Apple’s major competitors, such as: Samsung, use rigid display in their wearable products.

Apple is expected to come up with three different models of iWatch, where the size of the screen of each version would be different.

There has also been a speculation that the Cupertino company has completed building a 1.5 inch prototype. The speculation also states that two prototypes, sized 1.4 and 1.3 inches, are also going to be built by the giant company.

The iWatch is expected to be released later this year.

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