Apple May Use Samsung’s Super PLS Display Technology In Next Generation iPad
The Korea Herald reports that Samsung may supply LCD screens for the next generation iPad.
It goes on to add that Apple may use Samsungâ€™s Super Plane to Line (PLS) technology that was unveiled in November 2010 in the second generation iPad.
The Korea Herald reports:
According to sources, the company, established in January 2009, is in the final stage of talks on supplying its latest LCD panels for AppleÂ’s iPad 2, which is expected to be released later this year.
It was further reported that Apple is interested in Samsung Mobile Displayâ€™s Super Plane to Line Switching (PLS) displays â€• first unveiled in November last year â€• which enable the company to deliver more and improved viewing angles.
The PLS displays offer improved viewing angles compared to the IPS displays used in the current generation iPad. They are also supposed to be 10% brighter and 15% cheaper.
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[via Korea Herald]
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