Rumors from the Supply Chain say that Apple will adopt a new touchscreen technology called In-cell Touch Panels.
Sharp and Toshiba Mobile make new touchscreen panels called In-Cell Touch Panels. Digitimes reports that Apple is rumored to use In-cell Touch Panels in the iPhone 5. If true than Apple's current Touch Panel providers TPK Holdings and Wintek have a problem.
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The advantage of In-cell Touch Panels is that they are thinner and lighter as this touch panel technology gets rid of one glass layer reports Redmond Pie.
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Apple is also rumored to use Liquid Metal for the case. Combined with In-Cell touch Panels the new iPhone 5 might be incredibly light, but still extremely sturdy.