It is now understood that the firm has discontinued manufacturing display screens for the Apple Watch and will instead concentrate on producing OLED displays. Nevertheless, a new report sheds light on the display panel of the Apple Watch Series 3, which indicates that Apple's upcoming smartwatch will use a different display technology.
One rumor that's clearly about customer benefit focuses on the possibility that future Apple Watch models will charge up when you twist the digital crown now used to navigate the device.
"Considering cost and yield rates, Apple will adopt G/F (glass-film) touch solution in place of TOL for new Apple Watch", sources told the publication. The curvature of the Apple Watch makes it hard to manufacture touch sensors, wherein the TPK Holding even made losses past year due to the low yield.
As things stand, the next model of Apple Watch is expected to make its debut in the upcoming month of September, alongside Apple's "tenth-anniversary" iPhone model.
"We're excited to add to our growing list of compatible devices, and see this as the first step in providing our athletes an excellent Strava experience on the Apple Watch Series 2", said Mateo Ortega, the Head of Integration at Strava.
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The report, which focuses on supplier TPK Holding, reveals that Apple is abandoning the glass panel technology that it has used for the Apple Watch thus far in favor of something new.
Starting today, very little is known with respect to the up and coming Apple Watch, however, an online leak is putting forth a little information about the supposed Apple smartwatch.
According to Gadgets360, the most awaited Apple Watch Series 3 is expected to come with cellular or mobile connectivity, a better battery life, sleep tracking feature and an always-on display.
Alternatively, for non Apple Watch users, Strava also announced, earlier this month, its Android Wear 2.0 app, which is meant to allow the same functionality for Android based devices.
As reported by a reliable source, a patent was filed by Apple to get the approval for the production of an inductive charger.