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Good explanation, thanks. Well done.
Interesting that of the two manufacturers and plants named in the Nikkei article, one is associated with IGZO output (Sharp), and the other with LTPS (Japan Display). I believe I read that the LTPS plant can do panels of greater than 600 ppi. Whatever they turn out to be, they must use a new technology in Apple-level quantities in order to justify Tim Cook's statements about there being no trade-offs if they do a larger screen.
Depending on the language in the patent, could this maybe cover transparency of text over a video view when wearing video display glasses? Wearable displays with embedded cameras are inevitable. Whether Apple is doing them is the real question.
Not really. The patents go back several years, an old idea for Apple. Sapphire is just a better way of doing an old thing.**Ok, I confess I didn't get the joke.
Lenses for Apple's wearable video screens, stereo of course, called iWatch.
Not to pick on you, but why do you guys keep ignoring the 5c's China-Mobile-ready 4G radios, which have hardly been factored in for more than a month, and whose effects won't really be apparent until the end of the year?Can you not hold more than one idea in your head at a time? It's insane to pronounce the 5c a success or failure until China figures are known.
Particularly anything positive about the 5c. The 5c is for the colorful.
Correct, not to be overlooked. Thanks.
Very interesting angles, on both points.
No, again no "moral equivalence," just like with Apple's sales and marketing vs. that of run-of-the-mill lifestyle advertising.DED's us-against-them theme in many of his strategy pieces like this one comes from the fact that a big chunk of the tech and financial press is aligned against and attacking Apple.They started it and are the aggressors and so sites like this and DED's general approach are defensively biased. I wouldn't confuse that with the lying campaigns put on...
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