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Samsung is Developing an OLED Panel for Future MacBook Air

Yusuf Balogun
Yusuf Balogun
Yusuf is a law graduate and freelance journalist with a keen interest in tech reporting.

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When it comes to displaying panels, Samsung Display is one company that stands head and shoulders above the rest. The company has been at the forefront of the display industry for years, and its leadership in OLED panel technology is a testament to its commitment to innovation and excellence.

The company was one of the first to commercialize OLED displays for smartphones, and its displays can be found in some of the most popular devices in the market, including the Galaxy series, iPhones, and other models. Due to its excellent commitment to the field, the Korean tech giant is now reportedly developing an OLED Panel for a future Apple Air MacBook.

Samsung Display is Developing an OLED Panel for Future MacBook Air

As reported by Patently Apple, Samsung Display has begun developing an OLED display for the 13.3-inches Apple MacBook Air and will be the exclusive supplier. However, what’s unknown at present is when the first OLED-based MacBook Air is planning to launch in the market.

As per the market survey, Apple is reportedly developing new displays for the iPad Pro initially followed by the MacBook Air. Before the mass manufacturing of finished products, Apple executes a two-year product development project. But, the mass production timetable for important components, such as panels, has not been disclosed.

Samsung OLED Panel for Future MacBook Air

The OLED for the iPad that will be available in a year will use the Two Stack Tandem way of stacking two light-emitting layers, whereas the OLED for the MacBook Air that Samsung Display is now developing is expected to use the Single Stack method.

As we know, all OLEDs for IT devices, including the OLED iPad that Apple will ship next year, use a type of OLED known as a “hybrid OLED” that encapsulates a glass substrate with a thin film.

The Source also mentioned in its report that LG Display is now working on both the 11-inch and 13-inch iPad OLEDs that Apple wants to sell next year, but they do not have the production capacity to work on other products for Apple, such as the MacBook Air.

Of the two iPad OLED models that will be released next year, Samsung Display is now only working on the panel for the upcoming MacBook Air. Thus, stay connected with TechGenyz for more updates.


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