Apple invests $ 330 million in Taiwan’s mini LED and micro LED screens


A recent report revealed that Apple plans to invest approximately $ 334 million in a Taiwan factory, owned by Hsinchu Science Park, to produce both LED and micro LED screens for future devices, as the factory will be built jointly with Taiwan’s LED screen manufacturer Epistar and flat panel maker AU Optronics.

According to the Economic Daily News report, Apple has sent a development team to Taiwan to work on the project as the new factory aims to expand the company’s operations in the region. Meanwhile, renowned analyst Ming-Chi Kuo now claims that the iPhone maker’s plan to adopt mini-LED display technology for products Future devices have been delayed until 2021 due to the global health crisis.

In a research note with TF International Securities, Kuo said that it is expected that small slices, panels and peripheral assembly will start mass production in the third quarter of 2020, the fourth quarter, and the end of the fourth and first quarters of 2021, respectively.

On the other hand, a recent report revealed that a phone iPhone 12 Pro , The highest phone within 2020 Apple series, Will provide a high screen refresh rate ProMotion 120Hz , And advanced back camera with Zoom 3x And improved face ID.

According to the report, there will be two screen options for the Model iPhone 12 Pro And they are two 6.1Inches and 6.7 inches, and both are expected to offer a 120 Hz refresh rate on a device Pad Pro.


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