Micro Oled for the future Apple augmented reality headset

Here is an additional rumor about the use of Micro Oled technology for Apple's future augmented reality headset.

According to the Korean media ET News, Apple's augmented reality headset supposedly in development will be equipped with Micro Oled screens. If this information corroborates a previous rumor, ET News adds that the screens will be provided by TSMC, already responsible for the A and M processor line of Apple smartphones and computers.

Micro Oled, ultimate technology for augmented/virtual reality applications?

ET News also confirms that the headset would have passed through a test phase as mentioned by another rumor, that it would be equipped with a variant of the M1 chip, and would run on iOS (what about RealityOS ?). As a reminder, Micro Oled screens are integrated directly on the printed circuit boards rather than a glass substrate, resulting in thinner, smaller and less energy-consuming screens. They allow pixel sizes of 20 micrometers, compared to 40 to 300 micrometers on standard OLED screens. Finally, Micro Oled screens offer a faster response time, making them more effective for augmented reality and virtual reality applications.