The Apple Watch, as we know it today, while a good product, it is still in its infancy, a first generation product, one which Apple will surely improve in the future, once a follow-up lands. The Apple Watch 2 will probably fix some (if not most) of the issues the current version has, and, according to reports, it might also go on a diet.

Samsung is reportedly working on a new module technology which would allow the Apple Watch 2 to be thinner and lighter, while maintaining other key features, like resolution, touch panel structure, and overall design. Reports are being split on who will be the supplier for the OLED displays used in the future inside the Apple Watch 2. Some reports from Korea claim that Samsung will be the chosen OLED panel supplier, while others claim that LG will be the company to manufacture OLED displays. Meanwhile, reports from the supply chain cited by DigiTimes have noted that TPK will remain in charge with manufacturing the majority of panels.

Source: DigiTimes

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