Despite expectations to the contrary, the South Korean electronics giant is growing as a display supplier to Apple, says NPD DisplaySearch.
While it's known the iPad Mini with Retina Display won't be in plentiful supply, the shortages may be more than Apple bargained for, according to a Nikkei report.
LG Display now seems to be saying that a 2013 iPad Mini Retina is a possibility. That contradicts what analysts have been saying.
The Retina iPad Mini's display should go into production in the coming months and it will pack in the pixels.
Apple is not getting enough displays for its iPad Mini Retina from Sharp, according to an Asia-based report.
Apple's new tablet could see some long backorder times if demand is strong, NPD DisplaySearch tells CNET.
A major supplier of iPhone 5 displays is focusing its production resources on the upcoming iPhone in preparation for the launch expected next month.
The 13.3-inch version of the Retina MacBook Pro is on the way, an analyst tells CNET. That means more portability and less money compared with the current 15-inch model.
Here comes the next iPhone? Well, at least display production has started, according to a report.
Apple needs lots of displays for its new iPad. Problem is, the screens are not easy to make.