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iPhone 5 preview: 4-inch, 16:9 aspect ratio, in-cell display

One of the most obvious and important physical changes rumored for the new iPhone is a bigger, 4-inch display with a taller, 16:9 aspect ratio that uses thinner in-cell technology. While the 2010 iPhone 4 saw Apple double the pixel density of the iPhone display from 320x480 to 640x960, the physical size and 3:2 aspect ratio stayed the same. If the iPhone 5 is introduced on September 12 with a bigger 640x1136 screen, as we believe it will, for the first time that Apple will have changed the physical size and aspect ratio of an iPhone display.

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iPhone 5 manufacturing reportedly underway, includes new, thinner in-cell display technology

Apple has begun the manufacturing process for the next generation iPhone 5, and that process reportedly includes a new, in-cell display technology that will allow for screens that are both thinner and higher quality by integrating the touch sensor into the glass. This according to the Wall Street Journal's Juro Osawa and Lorraine Luk.

[In]-cell touch screens are harder to manufacture than conventional LCD screens. The people familiar with the situation said that LCD makers are finding the manufacturing process challenging and time-consuming as they scramble to achieve high yield rates.

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Next generation iPhone rumored to use new in-cell touch panel displays

Apple's next generation iPhone is rumored to use a new display panel technology that could make the device not only thinner but lighter too. The panel technology which is called in-cell touch is currently being rolled out by Sharp and Toshiba.

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