Linked by Thom Holwerda on Wed 7th Mar 2012 22:59 UTC
Apple And it was that time of the year again - Apple held one of its product announcements. This one focussed on the iPad mostly, and while some will call it a disappointment merely because virtually everything had already been leaked, I'm still in awe over the fact the newly announced iPad has a 2048x1536 display. My mind is blown.
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RE: display developed by Apple
by puenktchen on Thu 8th Mar 2012 12:44 UTC in reply to "display developed by Apple"
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I'd really love to know why I get modded down - anything wrong with my post? Or is at least Apple lying?

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alexz Member since:

Not sure if they designed these ones, but on the first two ipads they had two manufacturers with visible difference between screens. If it was a single design, they would be identical. There's no such thing as "artistic" difference among manufacturers that could explain the difference when it comes to making a product following defined specs.

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puenktchen Member since:

They didn't claim to design the displays user in iPad 1 & 2. And I guess their their ideas could still be combined with different production processes of different manufacturers. But at least the display of the iPhone 4 seems to be produced by LG exclusively.

OK, "Apple engineers helped developing" "or added some ideas" would probably be closer to the truth.

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nefer Member since:

The sentiment on this board is that if you don't manufacture things yourself, you're basically a rip off of other peoples technology. Or at least you are if your company name is Apple.

What most so-called pundits fail to realize here though is that Apple often makes significant investments in putting together assembly lines at other companies to run these assembly lines for them - with technology they engineered.

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