Report: Apple iWatch to undergo mass production in 2H 2014 with flexible AMOLED display
0. phoneArena 19 Feb 2014, 23:24 posted on
A published report out of China ints that the Apple iWatch will finally start rolling off the assembly line in the second half of 2014. The timepiece will be equipped with a flexible AMOLED screen and 3D protective glass. It will employ silver nanowire touchscreen technology from TPK. The report states that the latter has entered into a partnership with Japan's Nissha Printing to develop the nanowire and will start production of the panels in April...
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8. Jayshmay (Posts: 82; Member since: 27 Mar 2011)
Above commenter is an Apple cult member and zombie!
9. darkkjedii (Posts: 19143; Member since: 05 Feb 2011)
Agreed Kishin. iWatch = smart watch done rite. #8 is a typical fandroid hater.
2. silver91342 (unregistered)
Count down for being sued by Samsung for AMOLED screen, IN 3...2...
4. silver91342 (unregistered)
Samsung has a ton of patents on AMOLED screens. They have using them since the first Galaxy S.
6. JMartin22 (Posts: 1878; Member since: 30 Apr 2013)
Yet, it would probably be invalidated, all the while, Apple runs victory laps in court over whether or not a phone has rounded corners or something dumb like pinch to zoom lol.
7. Jayshmay (Posts: 82; Member since: 27 Mar 2011)
Samsung and LG are the only companies who have flexible display technology, Samsung still hasn't come out with any products under the Youm brand.
I really don't think Samsung will let Apple use the flexible tech before they do.