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Touchscreen supply chain shifting under Apple's influence

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2013 Rotator1 Touchscreen

Apple's changes to iPhone 5 and iPad displays are shifting the supply chain for the touchscreen industry, according to NPD DisplaySearch.

Apple recently adopted two new touch sensor structures for its mobile devices--in-cell for the iPhone 5 and GF2 (double-sided ITO films) for the iPad. This shift is expected to spur a doubling of in-cell touchscreen shipments this year. In-cell touch technology integrates touch-sensing circuitry with the LCD array, resulting in a thinner smartphone, explained AppleInsider. In addition to the iPhone 5, Sony's Xperia P and Huawei's Ascent P6 use the in-cell touch technology, the report noted...Read more on FierceMobileIT

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