Thursday, August 23, 2012

iPhone 5's New In Cell Touch Panels Having Some Manufacturing Problems

One of the new technologies which which will be implemented on the iPhone is is in cell technology which can help Apple make the iPhone 5 thinner. In cell technology basically means that the touch layer is in the screen itself. Over the past few months Apple is said to have some problems manufacturing these new panels as they are not easy to make. They also ended up by sponsoring the display manufacturers for the increase of cost to produce the panels. But LG is still having some problems reaching the volume Apple wants and Sharp is allegedly sent back to the drawing board by Apple. Now LG's display CEO has confirmed that the problem is well at hand and they have been mass producing these panels since the beginning of August.  "We had some hard times (in developing the new in-cell technology) at first...but it seems those hard times have finally ended. The in-cell technology is the industry's latest development. But we will be able to supply the panels without any fail." In the bright side the Japan Display Co. which is a government backed joint venture between Sony, Toshiba, and Hitachi has been having no problems whatsoever when it comes to making this new display. Samsung has already implemented these on their Super Amoled Panels and they have been manufacturing these panels for quite some time now and that results to thinner devices like the Samsung Galaxy S III and Samsung Galaxy Note.  

Source: Phonearena 
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