Sharp brings current iPad screen production to a halt, to focus on this year's Apple tablet editions
0. phoneArena posted on 24 Jan 2013, 03:15
Sharp is again said to have almost halted production of 9.7" displays for Apple's larger iPad, as the first quarter of the year is traditionally very slow, and sales of the iPad mini for the sake of more expensive Apple tablets are increasing...
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1. tech2 posted on 24 Jan 2013, 03:27 0 1
"The iPad mini 2 is said to introduce high-res display, so this is another one to look forward to" - SURE IT IS ! -.-
3. MC1123 posted on 24 Jan 2013, 04:52 0 0
ipad mini 2 would be awesome if it will really have all the latest on apple's camp.. apple, please dont give it some shortage like the 1st ipad mini... give it the latest chip (maybe A7 by now) and ofcourse the high res retina display! that will give mercy to the $330 pricetag!
4. jsdechavez posted on 24 Jan 2013, 08:06 0 0
The next Apple remakes WON'T offer significant upgrades to the previous models. You bet it still has the same, tired, old UI and design.
5. infinitemethod posted on 24 Jan 2013, 08:35 2 0
It's comical that they continue to bring out the exact same products twice a year. What happened to the iPad 3, errr, New iPad... or whatever? It has completely been fazed out of the equation. You can only get an iPad 4, errr, New iPad, but it's the 4th, but it's just called the New one, but there is no 3 anywhere anymore? iFAIL.