“According to reports originating from OLED-A.org (via OLED-Info), Apple has hired OLED expert Dr. James (Jueng-Gil) Lee who was previously a senior researcher on LG Display’s R&D team working on printed AMOLED TVs,” Jordan Kahn reports for 9to5Mac.

“Lee was a researcher with Cambridge Display Technology before joining LG, and also R&D head for LCD technology development at Samsung,” Kahn reports.

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“The technology is also being used to develop flexible screens, something that Apple has shown interest in, although it is unknown if the company has any concrete plans to bring a product featuring such technology to market,” Ben Lovejoy reports for MacRumors. “Apple has been rumored to be looking at OLED technology for many years, but cost issues and other limitations have so far kept the company tied to LCD technology for its products.”

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[Thanks to MacDailyNews Readers "Lynn Weiler" and "Dan K." for the heads up.]