Apple stays in the news all year long for some reason or the other with most of them being rumors about a potential product that we might get to see in the near future. The product that's now keeping Apple in news, as expected, is the next iPhone - dubbed iPhone 6.
While the next iPhone has been a talking point for most of the fans and Apple enthusiasts for a variety of rumored specifications, features and other similar reasons, this time the same has been generated via a new report which states that Apple is not only looking to introduce its flagship handset with a comparatively smaller screen, but also looking to grace the display with a high-end technology.
As reported via Business Insider, details are currently coming in about how Apple is looking to introduce a certain Quantum dots technology to better the display in its upcoming devices, with the massively rumored iPhone 6 leading the race to receive the technology first.
For those who are not familiar with the new technology, Quantum dots are nanocrystals that are made out of semiconductors. Moreover, the technology is a topic of massive interest for display manufacturers since they can be tuned to emit very specific frequencies of light, and help create colors more precisely compared to the traditional LCD or LED displays.
And as interesting as it may sound, this is not the first time that a technology related to Quantum dots has been mentioned on the web that's based on an Apple product. Just a couple of weeks ago, Apple was doing rounds on the web with four new Apple patents that were related to the use of quantum dots in displays.
For the sake of comparison Amazon's Kindle Fire HDX tablets have already used the Quantum dots technology. However, the company has suffered from a "distinct light-bleed issue," which Apple is said to have addressed in its research on the technology.
However, with others such as Amazon already making use of the technology, it is widely expected that Apple will introduce Quantum dots in its device displays this year.