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Details About iPhone 6 Surface

Details About iPhone 6 Surface

April 26, 2011
Although Apple has yet to announce an iPhone 5, the company has already selected its screen provider for the iPhone 6, expected in 2012. The winning vendor is Sharp, which will create next-generation low-temperature poly-silicon LCD displays for the handset, according to Apple Insider sourcing a Japanese newspaper. Production of the new thinner and lighter design material will begin next spring at Sharp’s Kameyama Plant No. 1. It is here the company primarily builds LCD TVs. According to Apple Insider:
In a "p-Si LCD," the thin film transistor, or TFT, of the screen is made of polycristalline silicon. With this method, the display drivers can be mounted directly onto the glass substrate, shrinking the TFT section and allowing for a thinner LCD display. Other advantages of a p-Si display are said to be a higher aperture ratio, which allow for more vivid images onscreen, and enhanced durability, with the amount of connecting pins reduced.
Of course, while all this talk about the iPhone 6 is fine, customers are likely more concerned about the status of the next-generation iDevice. Hopefully, we will hear more about this from Apple very soon. What do you think? Leave your comments below. [Image Credit: This is my next]

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