The information, such as it is, about Apple's displays remains unchanged, as do their status as expectations, predictions, possibilities, mays and cans.
Hsieh, in neither blog post, actually asserts what Apple's display plan is or even what he thinks it is. In essence, he's simply saying that Apple is likely to try to keep improving screen technology for its mobile devices.
Unless the Apple engineers in charge of displays, and Tim Cook, have all fallen into a deep sleep, we can expect that Apple continues to be interested in "high quality" displays according to Apple's definition of "quality" — that realize an ever-improving "user experience," according to Apple's definition of "user experience."
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