The publication reports that TPK has entered the iWatch supply chain but won't start mass production until the second half of this year, notes DigiTimes.
The report said the iWatch will come equipped with a flexible AMOLED display and 3D protective glass. The rumors also speculated that the iWatch will use silver nanowire touch screen technology developed by TPK in conjunction with Japan-based Nissha Printing.
Silver nanowire is new transparent conductor that is much more flexible, more electrically conductive, more optically transparent, and less expensive than the indium tin oxide (ITO) commonly used to make touch screens. More details on its benefits here.
Apple is widely expected to unveil its iWatch alongside new larger iPhones this fall. It will reportedly feature a sapphire glass display and built-in sensors that can monitor your fitness level and vital signs.
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