The company reportedly provides the displays for the new iPhone.
Recent reports stated that Sharp was behind in the production of in-cell displays and was even blamed for the shortage of iPhone 5 units at the phone’s launch.
Now Reuters reports that a Sharp executive announced that the company is producing “adequate volumes” of iPhone 5 displays at a press conference in Japan.
LG and Japan Display have been named as other suppliers for providing iPhone 5 screens.
Deutsche Securities analyst Yasuo Nakane speculates that Japan Display and LG Display can produce roughly eight million displays each month, while Sharp can offer six million displays.
The iPhone 5 sold more than 5 million units during its debut weekend.
The new iPhone comes with a larger 4-inch screen. The in-cell touch technology used in its production helped make the smartphone 18 % thinner and 20 % lighter than the previous iPhone 4S.