Apple and LG teamed up to launch a new 4K (and separate 5K) display back in 2016, alongside the launch of new MacBook Pro models. Now, years later, Apple is whittling down availability.
LG’s smartphone business might not be doing particularly well but the company keeps innovating with every new flagship that it releases. Today, the company has announced that its next flagship, the LG G8 ThinQ, will use its OLED display as an audio amplifier.
2019 is apparently going to be a bold new year for Apple, as the company has already announced that its AirPlay 2 feature will be expanding to Samsung smart TVs.
LG today unveiled the G7 ThinQ, it’s latest flagship phone. Its the first phone from a renowned Android OEM to feature a notch display design at the front.
Samsung has been working on a smartphone that can be folded for quite some time now, and it looks like that might be the next “big thing” in the industry as a whole if a new report is any indication.
Previous reports have made it clear that LG Display is looking to set up OLED factories to cater to the demand from various smartphone OEMs. The company will reportedly be investing up to $13.5 billion to set up its OLED factory. However, that investment alone would not be enough and analysts predicted that the company would require financial support from an external party in setting up the factory.
LG’s Revised UltraFine 5K Monitor With Improved Shielding Now Free From Any Wi-Fi Interference Issues
LG’s revised 5K UltraFine USB-C monitor has been discovered to be free from any Wi-Fi interference issue that plagued its initial units. The revised models come with better shielding that help block radiowaves from interfereing with its functionality.
There’s more to the Mobile World Congress than just flagship Android phone launches. The congress gives us a glimpse at the technologies that future mobile devices will integrate, or pursue to integrate, in the next few months and years.
The LG-branded external UltraFine 5K display was first introduced alongside the late-2016 MacBook Pro lineup.
Last year, Apple announced a partnership with LG that would see the latter company rolling out 4K and 5K displays under the UltraFine brand.