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LG Bendable Cinematic Sound OLED display bends and vibrates

LG Bendable Cinematic Sound OLED display bends and vibrates

LG might not be at the forefront of mobile display tech the way Samsung has been with its flexible phone screen but it is definitely bragging about its innovations on bigger displays. What better time to flaunt those than CES 2021, even if people won't exactly be able to see first-hand the glory of LG's unconventional panels. It has already teased its large transparent OLED and now it is flaunting a large gaming-oriented display that can bend to a curve and emit sound even when it has no speakers.

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LG transparent OLED screens try to be more common in homes, restaurants

LG transparent OLED screens try to be more common in homes, restaurants

While the mobile market seems to be fixated on flexible screens that can fold or roll, the possibilities for futuristic displays go beyond just those. LG, in particular, has been toying with all of those and more, particularly screens that can let you see through the panel, at least the parts that aren't displaying anything. That may sound like a non-functional movie prop but LG plans on making it available in real-world establishments, like sushi restaurants and even your bed.

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The first iPad of the year tipped for 2021

The first iPad of the year tipped for 2021

News of the first iPad release of the year for 2021 was revealed over the weekend. This first Apple tablet of the year is tipped to be an iPad Pro of the 12.9-inch variety. This might well be the first iPad Pro with a mini-LED display, delivering a very early high point in the year's offerings from Apple.

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BenQ ultrawide IPS LED monitor ready for designers and new Mac

BenQ ultrawide IPS LED monitor ready for designers and new Mac

BenQ just announced their new BenQ PD3420Q ultrawide monitor made for designers. This monitor works with BenQ's own AQCOLOR tech for top-notch color accuracy, Display P3 coverage, and a 34-inch, 21:9 aspect ratio flat screen display panel. This monitor is what BenQ America director Houston Wei describes as "the most comprehensive display for graphic designers, web designers, artists, and creatives."

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LG Display’s transparent OLED doors are movie-magic made real

LG Display’s transparent OLED doors are movie-magic made real

LG makes displays for a lot of different products, but it won't be long before we see it branch out to the realm of OLED doors. Yes, you read that correctly, as LG today announced that it's teaming up with Assa Abloy Entrance Systems to craft transparent, automatic OLED doors. While LG didn't give any indication of when these doors would be available to the company's business customers, we do know that LG and Assa Abloy are planning to unveil the first OLED door later this week.

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Flexible Color E Ink displays could soon come to wearables

Flexible Color E Ink displays could soon come to wearables

The flexible display fever isn't stopping at smartphones, of course. Lenovo already made available its somewhat foldable ThinkPad X1 Fold but that's still squarely within the realm of typical computers. Such flexible LCD and OLED panels aren't the only game in town either and famed electronic paper giant E Ink is now trying to break new ground not just with colored ePaper or just flexible ePaper but a combination of the two that could finally turn wearables into technology you can literally wear, and not just on your wrist.

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iPhone 11 touchscreen issues get a free repair program

iPhone 11 touchscreen issues get a free repair program

Given the nature and design of smartphones, the touch screen display is one of if not the most important part of the phone, at least for users. When it goes awry, the phone can become pretty useless, turning into an expensive paperweight, especially if it's an expensive iPhone. Fortunately, Apple does, from time to time, acknowledge that it isn't the user's fault and initiates a program to repair or replace malfunctioning screens at no extra cost, just like this new program for a specific batch of iPhone 11 units.

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Apple’s Pro Display XDR pleases pros with new in-field recalibration

Apple’s Pro Display XDR pleases pros with new in-field recalibration

Apple has quietly released its Pro Display XDR Calibrator App, a software tool for its Retina 6K display for those who want to do in-field recalibration of its color settings. The free app lands alongside the release of Display Firmware 4.2.30, and builds on previous versions that increased the amount of calibration tweaking that owners can do.

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Samsung tri-fold phone, rollable tablet teased in official images

Samsung tri-fold phone, rollable tablet teased in official images

Samsung still needs to check off a few things from its list before its foldable phone could be truly considered complete but that isn't stopping it from cooking up other things. Of course, with a company as big as Samsung, it is often working on other things in the background, things that may never see the light of day. Often, we only get glimpses of them in patents but Samsung's display-making arm is more than happy to share its future visions.

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M1 Macs can run up to six displays with a workaround

M1 Macs can run up to six displays with a workaround

Apple's new generation of M1-powered Macs has definitely been the hot thing in computing these past weeks. They have been proving Apple's claims of performance, giving Intel a lot to worry about. The one drawback to these new Mac minis and MacBooks is that they support one less external monitor than their Intel predecessors, at least on paper. It turns out that they can actually support twice as many but you will have to get some accessories and install some software to make it happen.

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iPad Pro could switch to OLED screens in late 2021

iPad Pro could switch to OLED screens in late 2021

The tablet market has seen consistently positive figures, mostly in thanks to Apple and the iPad Pro's rapid development pace. The company's prosumer tablet seems to undergo big changes every iteration, even when those changes aren't exactly visible to the naked eye. Case in point will be the iPad Pros coming next year which have already been rumored to be moving to mini-LED displays. That might be a short-lived change, however, as there are now reports that Apple will again switch display technologies before 2021 is over.

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iPhone 12 screen problems might have a software fix soon

iPhone 12 screen problems might have a software fix soon

Reports about this or that problem with the newly-launched iPhone 12 phones are starting to surface, which isn't surprising given it's a new product. Of course, being an Apple product means that it's held to a higher standard than others, which means flaws get more coverage than usual, too. Fortunately, it seems that Apple is already on top of at least one complaint regarding unusual behavior from iPhone 12 screens. Even better, it could be something that can be fixed by an iOS update down the line.

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