BY admin | January 6, 2013
Long before its introduction in the market, iPhone 5S release date rumors have already begun. It will reportedly come with new touch display
More and more reports are appearing about the eventual launch of Apple’s future iPhone versions. The smart-phone is already being awaited and talked about though it may not be launched till April or May and rumors suggest that the forthcoming handset will come with many new features including new touch display that may make it look entirely different from the present iPhone 5.
But this is not the only news about the future version of iPhone. A MacRumor report suggests that iPhone 5S or iPhone 6 will come in different shapes and sizes. This means that Apple may be following the trend set by Korean tech giant Samsung that produces smart-phones from 4 to 5.5 inches with different pricing and operating systems. Its Galaxy S series smart-phone are loved by millions of people throughout the world and the company was able to sell more than forty million handsets of its flagship handset Galaxy S3. Its other handsets too are sold in millions across the world and right now its handsets are highest selling smart-phones in the US.
A report that recently appeared in The China Times suggests that the Cupertino based tech behemoth may be planning to introduce “Touch on Display” technology for the forthcoming version of its handsets. Reports suggest that this new panel has been introduced by Innolux.
Innolux produces full range of TFT-LCD panel modules and touch panels, including TV panels, desktop monitors and notebook computer panels, AV & mobile panels. Innolux is a world-leading TFT-LCD supplier to cutting-edge information and consumer electronics product makers worldwide. Not simply a traditional panel maker manufacturing only panels, Innolux also provides an integrated product supply chain. Through the innovative business approach of system know-how, solid panel manufacturing capability and vertical integration, Innolux provides customers with a complete solution, demonstrating its sophisticated management of process technology and component parts in addition to its solid TFT-LCD foundation and production quality.
By the way right now there isn’t much details available on the Touch On Display panels, but they are said to be thin and tough, with a thickness of 0.5mm and improved optical performance and sensitivity. But the details will be available at a later stage when the company showcases it to the wider world.