Tuesday, October 2, 2012
Sharp Shows Off Displays for Potential Uses In Apple Products, Just Not the iPad Mini
Source: Computer World via MacDailyNews.
Here’s a post about how Sharp, the maker of Apple’s iPhone 5 screens, showing off displays using the new IZGO technology. They come in 7”, 10”, and 13”.
What isn’t shown, obviously, is the often associated 7.85” screen that Apple is supposedly going to be using in their iPad mini units that will debut in a matter of weeks.
And obviously, if there was such a size, Sharp would have been prevented by Apple from displaying and demoing them. After all, despite so many leaks about the iPhone 5 and iPad mini parts, showing off the screen that Apple would use would be a little too obviously.
Having said that, wouldn’t the 10” and 13” display be brilliant for the next iPad and Macbook Air respectively? Just writing out loud here.
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