Apple may "revamp" all iOS displays in 2014
This isn't too much of a surprise, given that Apple has taken to changing its display technology every two years for its mobile devices, but a new report from DisplaySearch analyst David Hsieh says that the indications from the Asian supply chain show that all of Apple's next-gen iOS devices may see a display boost.
what that means for the tablet (hint: delays). So, next year is when we would expect to not only see new displays in all of the products (except maybe the iPad mini), we would also expect a brand new design for the iPhone.The current set of iPhones have been using the same basic display since the iPhone 4 (released in June 2010) with the only difference coming in the display getting slightly bigger with the iPhone 5 (released in September 2012.) Similarly, the iPad 3 and 4 both used the same display, and it is expected that the iPad 5 will also use that same display. The iPad mini is expected to get a new display this year, but we've already talked about
testing displays all the way from the decidedly smartphone size of 4.7-inches, all the way up to the true phablet size of 6-inches. Hsieh says that it may soon become a "necessity" for Apple to release a phablet, but doesn't mention any concrete evidence that the company is working towards that goal.There has been a number of different rumors over the recent months that have indicated that Apple is seriously looking into creating something of an iPhablet. The earlier rumors had said Apple was