Researchers at Australia's Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organisation, used a laser technology to make products like televisions, iPads, mobile phones and provide more efficient digital electronics goods which are flexible, thinner and cheaper rates.
According to mX, the same technology was also used to develop screens that would replace light bulbs. And the screens will be fastened to a ceiling like wallpaper for lighting a room.
So the experts have developed prototypes to take to Apple company and other manufacturers next year.
Thus according to Melbourne-based CSIRO researcher Jacek Jasieniak, the technology will easily apply to iPads in order to make them more user-friendly.
"It wouldn't be so bulky," says Jasieniak.
"So in the future, they'l make (electronic) newspapers that are flexible and rollable. You'll be able to put them in your bag or pocket and read them on the train in a very compact way. It can be applied to any displays, including mobile phones, where you need some color being emitted maybe (at) a high intensity, brightness and purity," he added.
This prototype development has taken since five years by the experts. And this laser technology would also drastically lower the manufacturing costs and display with bright colour.
"These will actually be better in terms of their color resolutions, and the displays will be better in terms of their brightness," said Jasieniak.