OLED IPad 2G Rumor Is Back Again

Posted: Jul 14 2010, 1:41am CDT | by , Updated: Aug 10 2010, 8:16am CDT, in Rumors | Rumors

 
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In April we already reported about rumors that Apple is seeking to adopt OLED displays for the Apple iPad tablet computer.
Back then Apple was also rumored to adopt Super OLED for the iPhone 4, which as we all know did not happen. Instead Apple surprised with an enhanced LCD display with Retina resolution.

Digitimes is again the source for the renewed OLED iPad rumor. Their sources claim that Apple has ordered for the quarter of 2010 and the first quarter of 2011 iPads with 9.7-inch, 5.6-inch and 7-inch screens.
The 5.6-inch and the 7-inch iPad would sport OLED displays.
The 5.6-inch and the 7-inch iPad would be aimed at eReader usage and the large 9.7-inch iPad would be the general purpose tablet.

There is still a huge OLED supply issue that makes this rumor rather unlikely.
That Apple will eventually reveal new iPad sizes is pretty certain. It is easy to do and lets Apple compete with upcoming Tablets that have various sizes.

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