The battery life of smart watches is still a delicate problem for many manufacturers.
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In the new version of Apple Watch, the company is planningWe offer our customers an even longer accessory time per charge. This is planned to be achieved by moving to new displays. The manufacturer plans to abandon OLED panels in favor of the microLED in the Apple Watch as early as next year. They say that these microLED displays are more energy efficient and less susceptible to burnout artifacts compared to OLED, but this is not Apple’s only advantage.
Two Taiwanese suppliers have signed agreements withApple, according to which they will supply their displays microLED company from Cupertino, starting next year. At the moment, Apple fully relies on only one manufacturer that supplies the required number of OLED panels for its Apple Watch - this is LG Display. The transition from OLED to microLED displays will solve this problem for Apple, plus it will provide some benefits for consumers.
Since the first microLED displays will notcommercially available until 2020, the next version of Apple Watch will still be equipped with an OLED panel. However, starting next year, Apple may switch to microLED displays in the Apple Watch, which could later spread to iPhones and other devices.