Thursday, 28 April 2011

iPhone 6: Super-slim and Super-light?

Yes folks, the iPhone 6 rumours have begun, way before the release of the iPhone 5. So what have we heard? Japanese newspaper Nikkan: Sharp will use polycristalline silicon technology for the thin film transistor of the iPhone 6's 'p-Si LCD' display, which will bundle optical sensors, signal-processing circuits and other components into its glass substrate.

What does this mean? This means that we can expect the screen to be much slimmer than previous screens allowing more room for the components and also for the iPhone to slim down a bit...well quite a bit. 

Also, a thinner screen = a lighter phone. If the thickness of the screen is cut down, and the components are brought closer to the screen, the whole case thickness will decrease: less case = more lighter.

But are these rumours true? We will keep you posted with any more information as it comes...

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