Bloomberg is reporting that Apple is designing and manufacturing its own displays for the first time. According to the article, Apple is producing next generation MicroLED screens in a 62,000 square-foot secret facility in Santa Clara California. Currently they have only developed a prototype Apple Watch screen, that is not wearable. I'm looking forward to the future of MicroLED displays on the large scale, but in the mobile market it could be a boon for battery life as well. In late 2017, for the first time, engineers managed to manufacture fully functional MicroLED screens for future Apple Watches; the company aims to make the new technology available first in its wearable computers. While still at least a couple of years away from reaching consumers -- assuming the company decides to proceed -- producing a functional MicroLED Apple Watch prototype is a significant milestone for a company that in the past designed hardware to be produced by others.