iPad 5 to Feature G/F2 Touch Screen Structure

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Are you waiting for the next generation iPad? As we know iPad 5 is expected to be slimmer than the current generation iPad. Now we came to know that DITO technology will be used in the next generation iPad to make it slimmer. According to DigiTimes, the industry sources are claiming that iPad 5 will feature G/F2 touch screen structure. Currently, Apple is using DITO technology in the smaller version of iPad to make it thinner. The next generation iPad will be lighter and thinner due to the use of this technology.

iPad 5 to Feature GF2 Touch Screen Structure

As we know slim Android tablets are becoming popular among users, so Apple is expected to unveil slim iPad. Recently iLounge had reported that the next generation iPad will be slimmer than the current generation iPad and it will feature narrow bezel. DigiTimes has reported that G/F2 touch screen structure will be used in the next generation iPad while G/G touch screen structure is being used in the current generation iPad. We have already seen the rear shell of iPad 5. Recently 9to5Mac had posted some pictures of iPad 5 rear shell on their website. According to the sources of DigiTimes, display panels for the next generation iPad will be supplied by Sharp and LG. Thin-film materials will be supplied by Nitto and TPK will laminate the next generation iPad. The sources of Macotakara had reported that the next generation iPad will be 4 mm shorter and 2 mm thinner than the current generation iPad.

If Apple unveils slim iPad 5, then it will be a great competitor of slim Android tablets. Still no word from Apple about iPad 5. It was expected that iPad 5 will be available for purchase in March alongside iPad mini 2, but iLounge has confirmed that iPad 5 will be available for purchase in October. You have to wait until October to buy the next generation iPad.

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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