The long-awaited first generation Apple Vision Pro It hasn't been released in stores yet, but rumors about the second version of the headphones are already in full swing. One of them, published today by research firm Omdia, says: “Vision Pro 2” It will have Micro-OLED displays1 Until now more effective that it shining From its predecessor – it is expected to be released early next year.
a company, according to electricalHe explained that to this end, Apple will replace the current WOLED screenstwo With Vision Pro white light color filters for displays RGB OLEDOS3. This transition, as mentioned earlier, will have to happen in the next version of the device, in which it will run 2027.
In other words, this means that the displays of mixed reality (AR/VR) headsets will be able to produce light and colors directly from nearby RGB subpixels in a single layer, eliminating the need for a color filter. According to Omdia, while this would unlock higher brightness levels, it would also allow for lower power consumption.
If Apple actually pursues this new technology on the Vision Pro's internal displays, it's possible we'll see Samsung screen Replace Sony as the official supplier of this type of components for the device. This is because the South Korean company is currently the only manufacturer in the world capable of producing RGB OLEDoS displays – a detail that became real after the purchase of the American company eMagin, at the beginning of the year.
With this bet, Omdia joins analyst Ming-Chi Kuo in the club of names betting on the arrival of a new generation of mixed reality headsets in 2027. Other rumors also indicate the launch of a less expensive version of the device in 2025. .
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