Apple's investments have everything, really. According to the Bloomberg, Apple recently opened a production lab in northern Taiwan to develop new display-related technologies.
Apparently there would be about 50 engineers working on the site in addition to other employees, creating these new technologies. These employees would have come from companies like AU Optronics and Qualcomm, both long-time suppliers to Ma. The location, incidentally, belonged to Qualcomm itself before Apple occupied it.
The goals for these new screens are the same as we already know: to create something thinner, lighter, brighter and more energy efficient speaking. New versions of the traditional LCD (liquid-crystal displays, or liquid crystal displays) currently used on Macs, iPhones and iPads, as well as OLEDs (organic light-emitting diodes, or organic light-emitting diodes), which are thinner and do not count on a backlight panel.
As we know, Apple is responsible for creating the processors currently used in iPads, iPhones, iPod touch and Apple TVs. There are also rumors that the company is investing heavily in the creation of its own graphics chips (GPUs). Now, with this news, we can conclude that Ma really wants to control all aspects of the most important components of its products.
Let's see what d.