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Report: The next Apple Watch will have microLED screens


Apple is expected to switch to a microLED display for its upcoming Apple Watch models, as rumors claim that the tech giant may launch an Apple Watch with custom microLED display technology in 2025, and according to a report by 9to5Mac, industry analyst Ross Young claims that LG has already begun developing A "small production line" for the micro-LED displays that Apple will use to switch from the OLED screens currently used in Apple Watch models. Apple is also said to be planning to start producing internal displays for the Apple Watch and iPhone.
Earlier this week, Bloomberg's Mark Gurman explained that Apple plans to start designing its own screens for products like the Apple Watch and iPhone, and noted that the company is trying to reduce its dependence on other companies, including Samsung and LG, for displays. However, The report added that Apple will continue to rely on these South Korean companies for mass production.
And the latest report from Ross Young aligns with previous rumors. Young clarifies that while switching display technologies for its products, Apple will not be involved in the entire process. However, the report claims that Apple will work closely with LG as it develops a micro-LED display that is expected to They are used first in the Apple Watch Urtla.
The company launched the Apple Watch Urtla with the latest iPhone 14 models in September 2022. The most expensive Apple Watch has a 1.92-inch screen. Analyst Jeff Bo claims that the Apple Watch Urtla mini LED display variant will be based on a larger 2.1-inch screen. Moreover, it is rumored Also, the upcoming Apple Watch Urtla will provide increased brightness compared to the current OLED models. 
The pixels in a microLED display are made up of microscopic LEDs, which provide sharper colors and higher contrast for improved HDR. These displays are not only expected to support wider viewing angles, but are said to perform better under inappropriate lighting conditions. Moreover, they have micro-LED displays with low chance of screen burn-in and low latency for higher refresh rates and improved efficiency.