The Japanese newspaper Nikkan reports that Sharp should start producing, from spring 2012, new LCD screens based on low temperature polysilicon. This would reduce the thickness of the notches, make them brighter and, ultimately, get an iPhone 6 even lighter. In addition, this technology consumes less energy than the current LCD screens that equip the iPhone 4.
Sharp would have started to prepare a Kameyama factory (in Japan) to manufacture these famous LCD screens.
These p-SI (polysilicon) liquid crystal screens already allow companies that produce them to place optical sensors, electrical circuits and other components directly on the glass substrate.
The white iPhone 4 is hardly going to point the nose (and the fifth generation iPhone during the month of September) that first information is coming to us regarding the sixth generation iPhone. The wait will still be long until 2012.
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