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    Default Apple Poaching OLED Talent from LG


    Although Apple has lost its fair share of top talent in recent years through resignation and dismissal, the Mac-maker hasn't lost its touch when it comes to recruiting top talent either.

    One such example, much to LG's chagrin, emerged today. Apple, it seems, has successfully courted the talents of Dr. Lee Jeung-jil. An OLED expert and a veteran of LG, Dr. Jeung-jil has apparently joined the team at Apple following a lengthy career at LG Display, where he was closely involved with printing technology research.

    Dr. Lee's previous employee (before LGD) was Cambridge Display Technology, the P-OLED pioneer (now owned by Sumitomo).
    With such an authority on OLED joining the company, it's another significant reminder of Apple's undeniable interest in OLEDs - an interest exemplified in recent years through the company's high-profile acquisition of patents related to flexible OLEDs, OLED based BLUs for LCDs, OLED control schemes and more.

    According to OLED-info.com, which first reported the story, it certainly seems like an OLED iOS product "will come eventually... the real question is when..."

    Source: OLED-info.com

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    iAMOLED? I wonder if that's taken yet?
    Or better yet, how many Samsung owners actually know what AMOLED stands for?

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    Quote Originally Posted by bmwraw8482 View Post
    iAMOLED? I wonder if that's taken yet?
    Or better yet, how many Samsung owners actually know what AMOLED stands for?
    Active-Matrix Organic Light-Emitting Diode Google is amazing.

    how many apple owners actually know that AMOLED is better than anything apple has?

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    Quote Originally Posted by jOnGarrett View Post
    how many apple owners actually know that AMOLED is better than anything apple has?
    Potentially it could be better, if only it weren't coupled to a phone that looks and feels like its made of cheap plastic
    Last edited by bmwraw8482; 02-11-2013 at 01:38 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bmwraw8482 View Post
    Potentially it could be better, if only it weren't coupled to a phone that looks and feels like its made of cheap plastic
    I prefer plastic over glass that breaks every time its dropped or aluminum that when I open the box the phone as scuffs and scratches on it. not to mention;

    - some apps not sized correctly, black bar across the top and bottom
    - static lines on keyboard
    - iOS data bug
    - scrolling glitch: hardware flaw NOT software problem.
    - screen flicker: hardware flaw NOT software problem
    - data leak
    - maps not working
    - wifi not working
    - purple lens flare on camera
    - yellowish tint on display: hardware flaw NOT software problem
    - light bleed: hardware flaw NOT software problem
    - incompatibility with O2s or Vodafone's 4G network
    - still cannot do simultaneous voice and data on Verizon and Sprint
    - incompatible with Sprints' HD voice
    - incompatible with ALL of your accessories

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