Friday, 20 April 2012

Report: Next iPhone to get 'in-cell touch panels'

Tech Sanity Check

TechRepublic Member | April 20, 2012

Next iPhone said to get new touch panel tech

The so-called iPhone 5 could get "in-cell touch panels," making for a slimmer device. Read more

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