Apple to Use IGZO Display in iPhone 5S and iPad Mini 2

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Are you waiting for retina display enabled iPad mini. Previously it was expected that Apple will launch iPad mini with retina display, but they had launched iPad mini without retina display. Recently Digitimes had reported that the next iPad mini will come with retina display. Now they are claiming that Apple will use IGZO display in iPhone 5S and iPad mini 2 to make them thinner and more power efficient. According to Digitimes, the next generation iPhone and iPad mini will come with IGZO Display. Digitimes has claimed that Sharp will supply IGZO Display for iPhone 5S and iPad mini 2.

Apple to Use IGZO Display in iPhone 5s

It is expected that the next generation iPhone will be launched in June. If iPhone 5S comes with IGZO display, then it will be thinner than iPhone 5. Recently Peter Misek had predicted that iPhone 5S will be launched in June. He had also predicted that the next generation iPhone will feature IGZO screen, NFC, new super HD camera, improved battery and 128GB storage. According to various sources, the trial production of iPhone 5S will be started in December. Peter Misek has a good track record of predicting Apple related news. So it is expected that iPhone 5S will be launched in June.

Still no word from Apple regarding the launch date of iPad mini 2 and iPhone 5S. If iPad mini 2 comes with IGZO display, then it will be thinner than iPad mini. The backlighting industry sources of Taiwan has already confirmed that the next iPad mini will come with retina display. As we know Apple is using two LED light bars in the display of current generation iPad. Recently the sources of Digitimes had reported that a new LED light bar technology will be used in the next iPad mini that will allow Apple to use one LED light bar in the display of iPad mini 2.

Rudra

Rudra is an engineer and covers everything related to Apple. He keeps Techcular updated with latest Mac, iPhone, iPad, and Jailbreak articles.

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