We're likely to see the benefits of bendy OLEDs sooner in a less eyebrow-raising but more practical implementation. It may never have occurred to you, but all electronic screens, except for cathode-ray tubes, are flat. With OLEDs, they don't have to be. LG and Sony showed TV sets with concave screens at the show -- not very useful, but an interesting demonstration. In the future, you could have a phone with a screen that laps over onto the edges, providing you with "smart" buttons with labels that change depending on whether you're in camera mode or music mode. You could have a coffee mug with a wrap-around news and weather ticker. A revolution in design awaits.
APPLE is going down and will hit 350 very soon. Apple's lack of innovation is showing. Many who have the iPhone 4s did not upgrade.... "just for a longer screen". By the time they do decide Samsung will be light years ahead. I hope Apple smells the coffee and moves to OLED (Sharp Igzo.. LOL).
"Many who have the iPhone 4s did not upgrade.... "just for a longer screen""
It's not just that. My wife did not upgrade b/c she was very irritated that crApple used a completely different connector for the i5, so all the connectors in the house, car, work would have been obsolete. She would have had to spend another $60 to buy all new connection gear. She is seriously considering an S3 (I have one already and she likes it), or maybe an S4 (I would be very jealous).
Or a smartphone which bends around your writs like a bracelet and serves as a watch/news ticker when you only need passive information. When you need the smartphone capabilities, you take it off your wrist and flatten it out.