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Prince Harry calls Duchess Kate the ‘big sister he never had’
Duchess Kate’s next engagement scheduled at Victoria and Albert Museum
Duchess Kate isn’t pregnant with baby no.3, despite report
Meghan Markle avoids Prince Harry questions at ATX panel
Kate Middleton and Prince William to embark on royal tour of Poland and Germany

iPhone 5 rumors: Apple’s next smartphone could use in-cell technology

by Nicole
April 21, 2012 at 9:27 am

Recent reports claim that the next-generation iPhone will use thinner in-cell technology for multi-touch display.

According to DisplaySearch analyst David Hsieh, the Cupertino tech giant is likely to the technology from Japanese manufacturers such as Sony, Sharp, and Toshiba, which are leaders in the industry at the moment.

“Compared with on-cell technology, touch panels that use in-cell technology can be made thinner because the touch sensors are actually placed inside the color filters rather than on top of them,” Hsieh explained, as cited by Taiwan’s Central News Agency,.

“At present, Taiwan’s TPK Holding Co. and Wintek Corp., which supply touch panels to Apple, use mainly on-cell technology in their products, according to the two companies.”

In addition, Digitimes cites “sources in Apple’s supply chain” who claim that Apple could use the technology in future devices thanks to improvements in yield rates for the in-cell panels.

The site reports that Sharp and Toshiba will start production of in-cell panels this quarter.

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