Updated 22 May, 2013, 9:27 pm IST
Next iPhone to reportedly use in-cell touch panels
| by Aaron Almeida |
As far as iPhone rumours go, they virtually circulate throughout the year. The amount of rumours surrounding the next iPhone gathered momentum shortly after the iPhone 4S was launched and this mainly stemmed from the fact that Apple released a near identical device design-wise as compared to the iPhone 4. The last we heard of the upcoming iPhone was that it would feature a liquidmetal finish at the back thus propelling the belief that Apple will design the next iPhone differently, which of course is expected. According to a report by Digitimes, Apple is expected to use a new panel for their displays which would make the handset thinner and lighter. The brand will incorporate panels using the in-cell technology that are being manufactured by Sharp and Toshiba Mobile Displays (TMD).
Apple to use new technology for their pannels
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