It’s investing the equivalent of $8.5 billion into developing OLED technology over the next three years for everything from TVs to cars to wearables.
Drawings indicate that Apple would indeed be employing a System in Package (SiP) technology along with a Printed Circuit Board (PCB) architecture. The SiP technology is used by Cupertino in the Apple Watch, and it allows for faster production of more compact and more efficient circuitry.
“Used phones and, the iPhone in particular, have tremendous appeal,” Claure said. “We have a surprise in terms of what will happen to these used phones.”
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Applies to more than music.