iPhone 6 Rumored To Use SHARP Technology

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Sharp Electronics Corporation is a company known worldwide for its unique one-of-a-kind electronic products and solutions. From the first solar-powered calculator to the largest commercially available LCD monitor, from copiers to solar cells, from air purifiers to steam ovens, and from microelectronics to microwave ovens, Sharp covers all of the needs of the contemporary lifestyle. Sharp is dedicated to improving people’s lives through the use of advanced technology and a commitment to innovation, quality, value, and design.

Now Sharp has its eyes set on the upcoming iPhone and wants to be a part of the most amazing devices providing company known as Apple. Apple has reportedly selected Sharp to create next-generation low-temperature poly-silicon LCD displays, which will allow a thinner and lighter design for the anticipated sixth-generation iPhone in 2012.

The liquid crystal display on the anticipated “iPhone 6” is said to feature “low-temperature poly-silicon” technology, a next-generation display format that allows for thinner and lighter screens that consume less power than traditional LCD screens. This technology has allowed companies to create “system on glass” devices, in which the optical sensors, signal processing circuits and other components are located directly on the glass substrate. This negates the need for additional components in a device like an iPhone, saving space within the device and even improving battery life with increased efficiency.

Credit Source: MacRumors

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