Apple is already certifying components for the iPad 3
posted by Michael H. / Jun 02, 2011, 2:10 PM
DigiTimes reported yesterday that Taiwan-based Radiant Opto-Electronics has landed the certification to manufacture LED backlight units for Apple. In addition to the LED backlight units, a company has also been certified for light bars. Many other manufacturers are rumored to be in the mix for certification of panels. South Korean Samsung and LG have historically supplied Apple with display panels for iPads, but certification of panels is said to be nearly complete with Taiwan-based Chimei Innolux.
I wonder if this further deepends the case between samsung and apple. Or this was already relevant to them.
posted on Jun 02, 2011, 5:35 PM 0
didn't ipad 2 just came out not even half a year ago? doesn't sound like apple, bcuz their produce usually last at least one until the next model like the iphone? Plz keep the ipad 3 till next year. i want to buy one for college n dnt want to buy one n the next one come out in 2 weeks. Guys im not an apple believer but i want a tablet that have high resale values n that will look cool for one year not 2 weeks. Android is pushin the line too fast, causing their product's resale value to drop alot.
posted on Jun 02, 2011, 9:40 PM 0
the poor chinese kid has to sell another kidney :)
posted on Jun 03, 2011, 1:17 AM 1
Only buyer of Apple product need to sell a kidney or two to finance their slavery to Apple product. Soon, those chinese worker will have more money than some wannabe Apple-fanatic ;P
posted on Jun 03, 2011, 4:53 AM 0
Posts: 2; Member since: Jun 03, 2011
all i know is they would be putting to much effort in the ipad if they brought out another one this year, i really think they will just keep they one a year plan as they have with almost every other apple product. that is just what i think, they shouldn't be in any rush to bring out another if they can't even keep the ipad 2 in stock now (well where i live that is). i can see them addressing their light leak problem by getting a new supplier for screens and maybe updating them a little.
posted on Jun 03, 2011, 9:10 AM 0
Posts: 61; Member since: Mar 10, 2011
Sorry Apple, but this thought struck me two three hours ago and iPad 3 in last 30 minutes. Apple needs to have Retina Display for iPad 3 whatever it takes (Toshiba???). Why??? Again we come back to Moore's Law. (This guy does not leave us alone from Moore's Law!?!) Enough transitor count (per square milimeter) to put computer on a desk, processor 8086, flare up company, IBM. Enough transistor count to put interactive graphics on the screen, processor 68000, flare up company, Apple. To do that cheaply, processor 386, flare up company, Microsoft. Enough transistor count to decode mp3s in a desktop/laptop, processor Pentium 2/3, flare up company, Napster. Enough transistor count to minitiurize mp3s in a small handheld, processor ARM???, flare up company, Apple. Enough transistor count to miniturize a cell phone, processor ARM???, flare up company, Motorola. Enough transistor count to miniturize a computer/cell phone/mp3, processor ARM, flare up company, Apple. Enough transistor count to decode HD video in a desktop/laptop, processor Core 2, flare up company Netflix. Enough transistor count to miniturize a Computer/mp3/HD Video???, processor A6???, flare up company, Apple??? Only Apple has three mentions, no wonder people think that Steve is a messiah. To clinch the fourth, iPad 3 has to have 2048x1536 resolution which covers Full HD and beyond, even if it takes 2012 summer or maybe even 2012 fall. iPad 2 momentum is good enough except that Apple has to be cautious internationally. If Apple does not do 2048x1536 resolution, there will always be taunts, iPads do not even do 720p.
posted on Jun 07, 2011, 1:12 PM 0
Posts: 61; Member since: Mar 10, 2011
qHD is a "poor man's Retina Dispaly". Apple can go with iPhone 5 with Retina Display but for iPhone 6 Apple may have to have two versions ready and finally decide on one. 1) 4" Retina Diaplay. 2) 4.3" 720p. And go with one as situation demands. I have a suspicion that Motorola may try to leapfrog Apple with a 720p smartphone. I think all tablet makers will try to hit 1080p or more with 10" ones and 720p or more with 7" ones on their next iteration.
posted on Jun 11, 2011, 1:53 PM 0
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