Apple-LG Partnership Blooms Again with Next Iteration of Apple Watch

June 17, 2015, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Apple seems to be in no mood to pull out a party on its success with the Apple Watch. Instead, we are pretty sure that they are back to work to mold the next edition of Apple Watch.

Reports say that LG has found a spot in Apple’s ride with their wearable device, once again.

We are not expecting the transfer of any Watch expertise from the Korean electronics firm to the brains working at Cupertino. Instead, it’s the Plastic-Organic Light Emitting Diode display that has assured the hand of involvement from LG.


LG is said to be providing displays for the next edition of Apple Watch, repeating its tie-up that blossomed with the prime edition of Apple Watch.

It’s not that LG has grabbed the deal without any stern competition. Although with the display of first-gen Apple Watch getting laud applause, Apple got other options flushed in alongside the LG displays.

The final decision was zeroed in on LG due to the unparalleled quality of its display, as well as the fast supply of products.

Sure, the loyalty factors might also have played a part here as the bonding between the two giants is believed to be healthy and trust worthy. That’s despite the fact that Apple had previously narrowed the shipment of Apple Watch due to LG’s production crisis with AMOLED displays.

The first edition of Apple Watches featured LG’S flexible OLED displays, above which it  also got the sapphire crystal coating. The 1.3-inch capacitive-touch display was widely praised for its visual appeal and featured a resolution of 272x340pixels, with a pixel density of 290ppi.

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