The iPhone 5 will integrate a new display technology

A reliable source confirmed that iPhone 5 would eventually opted to use a new display technology which reduces the layers of the touch panel construction, retaining the same multi-touch seen so far, now a significant space saving idea of winning in thinness. The iPhone 5 will have a thickness less than eight millimeters.

iPhone 5 will integrate a new display technology

So much so that, as shown in a scheme that offers a dissection of the In-Cell technology on MacRumors from a study of KGI Securities, the iPhone 5 could stay at just 7.9 millimeters thick, which would make it one of the thinnest smart phones market, only surpassed in this respect, the Huawei Ascend P1 S, and its amazing 6.68 mm, and the Motorola Razr, with 7.1 mm profile – something that certainly the company Californian explode over and over again as a value particularly competitive within the market of smartphones.

No mention of the resolution, however, various rumors and leaks have alluded to the conservation of definition called Retina, marked by a distribution of 1,136 x 640 pixels, which would keep the concentration of 326 dots per inch that has earned him many plaudits the iPhone 4 and iPhone 4S.

iPhone 5 will integrate a new display technology

In recent days has emerged to the forefront the possibility that Apple convene for the next event on August 7 in which present the iPhone 5. The company has not commented in this regard, nor has in relation to the rumors earlier that pointed to the launch of the new terminal would coincide with the anniversary of the iPhone 4S the month of October.

By then, it has also talked about the premiere of another of the great mysteries of the Cupertino company: the iPad Mini, a tablet would also displayed a remarkable thinness, about 7.3 millimeters integrating a screen of 7, 85-inch 1,024 x 768 pixels.


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