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"In-cell" technology merges the LCD and touch panel into a single layer, providing some power and space savings

Source: Reuters





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By retrospooty on 8/23/2012 1:39:29 PM , Rating: 2
Relax man. It's pretty much out there all over the place that this is what will be used for the new iPhone. There is no "official" word on it, because Apple hasn't officially announced the iPhone 5, but all the sign's in the supply chain point to this being Apple's new screen.

This isn't a hardcore news site, its a tech site. I agree, maybe a phrase something like in the Reuters article (linked above) "Flat-screen maker LG Display has started mass production of a new and thinner display, widely speculated to be for use in Apple Inc's next iPhone"

It's kind of out there, so expectedd that people are aware.

Anyhow, about the tech. Looks like a great LCD. Apple does have a history of finding and purchasing good tech for their phones.


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