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  • Writer's pictureClement Francis

Apple Watch Series 10 May Launch With LTPO OLED Screen. Everything You Should Know:

Apple is preparing to unveil its newest wearable, the Apple Watch Series 10, slated for release later this year. According to a recent report from South Korean publication The Elec, the tech giant is making notable strides in the display technology of the upcoming smartwatch, offering users enhanced battery life. As per The Elec, the Apple Watch Series 10 is set to introduce a novel OLED screen known as low-temperature polycrystalline oxide (LTPO), combined with thin-film transistor (TFT) technology.

This advancement in display technology is expected to optimise the watch's performance, resulting in extended battery life compared to its predecessor, the Apple Watch Series 9.

The report suggests that Apple is moving away from employing low-temperature polycrystalline silicon (LTPS) technology in the majority of its switching transistors for the Series 10. Instead, LTPS technology will be reserved for circuits outside the Pixel area and a select few remaining switching TFTs. This strategic shift is anticipated to play a role in enhancing the battery performance of the forthcoming smartwatch.

When To Expect Apple Watch Series 10 Launch-

Apple Watch unveilings are typically coordinated with iPhone announcements. For instance, the Apple Watch Series 9 debuted alongside the iPhone 15, while the Apple Watch Series 8 was introduced alongside the iPhone 14, and so forth. This pattern is logical since, while a cellular-enabled Apple Watch or an Apple Watch Ultra can function independently, they are primarily complementary devices to smartphones, serving purposes such as displaying notifications and managing media playback from smartphone apps.

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