Apple may use a “hybrid” panel for first-ever OLED iPad, claims report

hybrid oled ipads
hybrid oled ipads

Apple may not use the display panels used in the iPhone or even the Apple Watch for the first-ever OLED iPad, which won’t be available until 2023.

According to The Elec, the Cupertino-based tech company is afraid that the sort of OLED screen used in iPhones may seem wrinkled if utilized for smartphones with displays larger than 10 inches. The business intends to employ a “hybrid” display, but this technology will not be ready anytime soon.

OLED panels are classified into two types: rigid and flexible OLED displays.

Later, most smartphones, including the iPhone, began to use polyimide sheets (for flexible screens) in place of glass.

According to the source, Apple is intending to deploy ‘hybrid’ OLED panels, which will be a blend of rigid and flexible OLED panel technology.

According to the paper, flexible OLED panels are created by coating glass substrates using liquid polyimide.

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