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Apple to Ship Ten Million 9.7-inch iPads by This Year End

Oct 23 2013, 9:31am CDT | by , in News | Apple

Apple to Ship Ten Million 9.7-inch iPads by This Year End
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Apple is all set to ship ten million 9.7 inch iPads in its fourth quarter for 2013. At least that is what the sources in the know from the high tech industry have to say concerning Apple Incorporated.

Apple is way up there among the big shots and lone wolves. It has a philosophy of crazy creativity that has its employees and thinkers brainstorming and working round the clock to get you all the iPads, iPhones and iPods that you take for granted. 

Recently, the statisticians at Apple calculated that during its fourth quarter for the current year, over ten million units of its 9.7 inch iPad tablets will get sold overseas via prompt shipments. The deliveries will be dead on time with all the relevant parts safe and secure. The Christmas holiday season is here and so orders will be plentiful.   

The iPad besides sporting a 9.7 inch crystal clear display screen also has IPS panels. These were provided by LG, Samsung and Sharp. Each of these major companies has its contribution percentage in the shipments. These are 70%, 20% and 10% respectively.  

This next generation iPad will feature GF2 technology. The Japanese Nitto Denko and Nissha Printing organizations will be supplying this especially important component. The back lighting units (BLUs) come courtesy of Radiant Opto-Electronics and Foxconn Electronics was responsible for putting the gadget together from scratch. 

Meanwhile, there is talk of how Apple is likely to come up with a larger iPhone and 12.85 inch tablet next year. A roll-out of the much rumored iTV and iWatch by the summer of 2014 is likely too. 

Source: DigiTimes

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