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Apple Cuts Down Display Orders of the iPhone 5 by 50%

The iPhone 5 is one of Apple’s hottest selling smartphones, and with good reason. For the first time in the history of iPhones, it packs a bigger display without sacrificing on the pixel density of the IPS (in-plane switching) panel. But the device is now almost four months old in the market and there have

LG Unveils Three New High Definition Display Panels at CES 2013

LG Electronics like Samsung is known for a wide range of electronics components, ranging from home appliances to smartphones. The South Korean manufacturer is also very popular for the display panels that it produces with Apple being one of its key clients (for iPhones and iPads). After Samsung announced its new display panels at CES

LG Will Show Off A Variety of Display Panels at CES 2013

The rumor mill is currently crowded with all sorts of speculations and rumors for upcoming smartphones, especially the ones with 1080p displays. HTC has already shown us its offerings with the J Butterfly and the Droid DNA on Verizon, and so have Oppo and Huawei (at CES). But what about display tech giants like LG,

The Motorola Droid Razr HD Seems to Have an Annoying Display Issue

Motorola’s Droid Razr HD is the company’s new flagship on AT&T which promises to turn some heads. Besides being Motorola’s first smartphone with an HD display, the smartphone brings back some of its Razr goodness from the predecessors (Droid Razr and Razr Maxx). Coupled with great data speeds on Verizon’s blazing fast LTE network, the

Apple experiencing shortage of displays for iPhone 5

Apple launched the next generation of iPhone, the iPhone 5 few days back. The new iPhone isn’t as interesting as it was anticipated to be, but it does have some improvement. It comes with a faster A5 processor which the company claims to be 2 times faster than the previous A4 processor, and Apple has

New iPhone will be Thinner with the In-Cell Touchscreen Technology

According to the Wall Street Journal’s sources, the new iPhone will make use of an in-cell touchscreen tech, which basically combines the sensors into the LCD, as a result making the overall design slimmer than previous iPhones. The technology is similar to what Samsung uses for its Supter AMOLED panels, apparently. The new LCD panels