Apple Watch Series 10 may get a significant increase in battery life

Apple Watch Series 10 may get a significant increase in battery life

There is good news for Apple Watch users. If you want to upgrade your watch, according to supply chain sources, the upcoming Series 10 may have significantly longer battery life thanks to a new display technology.

Korean technology publication The Elec reports that the Series 10 will use an updated OLED display with low-temperature polycrystalline oxide (LTPO) and thin-film transistor (TFT) technology. The Apple Watch currently uses LTPO for only a few parts of its OLED screen, relying on less efficient technology elsewhere.

Here is the main conclusion: LTPO is expected to be used more widely in the Apple Watch Series 10. This switch from LTPS to oxide in the driver transistors means that these transistors associated with the display pixels will be made of oxide. LTPO OLEDs use oxides to minimize leakage current, and this new approach means a wider application of oxides in displays. Manufacturers specializing in oxide technology are likely to benefit from this change. This means longer battery life, which is a major concern for most users.

However, it’s worth noting that the newer features of the Series 10 watch may offset the efficiency gains from the new display. Nevertheless, the potential for a longer Apple Watch lifespan is great news for fans of the device. Apple Watch is the best-selling smartwatch in the world, so it’s easy to see where the company’s loyal customers come from.


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