“Apple has reportedly selected Sharp to create next-generation low-temperature poly-silicon LCD displays, which will allow a thinner and lighter design for the anticipated sixth-generation iPhone in 2012,” Neil Hughes reports for AppleInsider.
“Sharp will begin manufacturing of the displays in the spring of next year according to Japanese newspaper Nikkan,” Hughes reports. “The company is said to have already begun preparing equipment at its Kameyama Plant No. 1, which is primarily used for building LCD TVs.”
Hughes reports, “The liquid crystal display on the anticipated “iPhone 6” is said to feature “low-temperature poly-silicon” technology, a next-generation display format that allows for thinner and lighter screens that consume less power than traditional LCD screens.”
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