Micro-LED technology will arrive with the third generation Apple Watch

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This rumor goes further and further and is that if what was talked about a few weeks ago was the second version of the Apple Watch, today we bring you the first news of what could be the third version of the device that would arrive in the second half of 2017. 

Currently the screen that is mounted on Apple Watch The first generation has OLED technology, technology that has not yet reached the iPhone. With this technology it is possible to achieve, among other things, energy savings plus sharper colors and deep blacks. 

However, technology goes much faster than the technology market of products and according to DigiTimes Apple would already be testing the micro-LED technology on screens that would be mounted on the third-generation Apple Watch.

Yes, you read that right, while Apple has not yet released an iPhone with an OLED screen, it is already testing the next technology that has been given the name of micro-LED that allows screens can be thinner and lighter. In addition, they will be able to reproduce a greater range of colors with which they will be able to increase the resolutions and the brightness that they can have.


And what is this type of technology? The fact is that back in 2014 the apple company took over the company LuxVue, curiously specialized in the micro-LED technology we are talking about. We'll see if these assumptions really turn out to be true. For now what we have to do is wait until September and see if the next generation of the Apple Watch arrives with the iPhone 7.

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