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LG’s Curved Displays Will Let Apple’s iWatch Hug Your Wrist [Rumor]

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Apple has chosen LG Electronics as its sole manufacturing partner for the iWatch, according to a new report from Korea. The device is expected to use the same curved OLED display technology LG recently debuted with its G Flex smartphone, and production could begin during the third quarter of this year.

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Your Next Smartphone Could Carry A Foxconn Display [Rumor]

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Foxconn Electronics is to begin producing high-resolution OLED smartphone displays starting in 2015, according supply chain sources in Taiwan. The company has reportedly reached a deal with Taiwanese panel maker Innolux, which will undertake the production of the 4- and 5-inch screens.

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LG Could Make The iWatch OLED And All Curvy

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With all of Apple’s sales numbers save iPhone either flatlining or declining, calls are louder than ever for Apple to release a revolutionary device in an all new product category. People want the iWatch, and so does Apple.

A new rumor says that final manufacturing plans for the mythical wristmounted iDevice are underway, and LG is likely to be the main provider of Apple’s new iWatch OLED display.

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Fitbit Announces Force, Its New Full-Featured Fitness Tracker

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Fitbit has today announced its new fitness tracker, the Force, which combines all of the features found in the original Fitbit Flex with some of the more advanced features found in the Fitbit One tracker. It costs $129.95, slightly more than the $99 Flex, and it’s available today.

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Foxconn Is Already Making iWatches, And They Have OLED Displays [Rumor]

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Apple doesn’t like OLED displays. Across the board, Apple uses LCD IPS displays in its devices, which have better color accuracy than OLED. Theoretically, though, OLED is better than LCD when it comes to power consumption, though… which is why a new report is floating the possibility that Apple might switch to OLED for the iWatch… and that Foxconn is already building test runs.

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Apple Hires Senior OLED Expert From LG Display

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A recent hire by Apple might suggest that Apple is interested in finally following the likes of Samsung and LG and release an iPhone with an Organic LED, or OLED, display.

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Apple Patents Illuminated Touchpads That Could Appear In Future MacBooks

Apple Patents Illuminated Touchpads That Could Appear In Future MacBooks

Your keyboard lights up, so why shouldn’t your trackpad?

If you’ve got a fairly recent MacBook Air or MacBook Pro, you’ll know that typing in a dark room is a breeze thanks to its backlit keyboard. It now seems as though Apple is looking to extend this feature to the trackpad as well. In a new patent filing entitled “Illuminated Touchpad”, the Cupertino company describes a new touch-sensitive input technology that doesn’t just light up, but also provides an “improved feedback mechanism.”

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Say Goodbye To Shattered Screens! Next iPhone Will Feature Flexible OLED Display [Rumor]

Say Goodbye To Shattered Screens! Next iPhone Will Feature Flexible OLED Display [Rumor]

Your new iPhone probably won't be this bendy, but it will be incredibly durable. (Image courtesy of DVICE.com.)

Apple’s next-generation iPhone could finally put an end to fragile smartphones by adopting a flexible OLED display that can bend and twist without so much as a crack. The technology will reportedly come from Samsung — one of Apple’s biggest display partners — which claims to have already received “huge” orders from certain companies.Say Goodbye To Shattered Screens! Next iPhone Will Feature Flexible OLED Display [Rumor]

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Apple Wants The iTV To Be OLED, But Samsung And LG Won’t Sell Them The Panels [Report]

Apple Wants The iTV To Be OLED, But Samsung And LG Won’t Sell Them The Panels [Report]

Earlier this week, we heard a report from iTV obsessive Gene Munster that Apple was looking to buy up HDTV panels to launch their long-rumored connected television set by the end of 2012. But according to a new report from the sometimes-accidentally-reliable Digitimes, when Apple came knocking for display panels, the big boys all said ‘no.’

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Apple’s Planned TV Is ‘Elephant in the Room’ At CES [CES 2012]

Apple’s Planned TV Is ‘Elephant in the Room’ At CES [CES 2012]

For a company not officially at the Las Vegas-based CES, Apple sure does have a huge presence. Not only is the tech giant molding the smartphone and gadget exhibits, but the Cupertino, Calif. firm also overshadows video vendors. Indeed, Apple’s planned entry into the TV business is ‘the elephant in the room’ at the massive technology trade show.

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