LG to supply flexible displays for Apple’s iWatch debuting next year
If reports coming from Korea are to be trusted, it means that LG is gearing up a deal which will see it supplying a some of it’s flexible display mojo to Apple for the iWatch, which will debut in 2014. LG, who are just cooling down from the announcement of it’s first flexible display phone two days ago, are the second company after Samsung, to release a mobile device with flexible display.
Yesterday, Apple’s CEO, Tim Cook said they will soon be competing in some new product categories they’ve never set their foot before before, which confirms Apple might be venturing into wearable tech.
Apple is also said to be currently testing 1.4”, 1.5” and 1.6” flexible display iWatch prototypes which are likely to debut by next year.
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