iphone-5-screen-2Sharp will begin mass production of displays for the next generation of Apple’s smartphone in June. It is reported by the Japanese edition of Nikkan, citing its own sources in the company.

“According to our data, the production of LCD panels for the so-called« iPhone 5S »will be on production capacity factory Kameyama Plant No. 1. Release of the new Apple phone is expected in the third quarter of this year. Sharp’s Kameyama Plant (Kameyama) recently is not working at full capacity, as the business of the Japanese company to produce LCD panels are on the decline. Now occupied by the plant’s capacity by only 40%, “- said in Nikkan statement.

In addition to Sharp orders release of Retina Display for the next flagship Apple smartphone also received Japan Display and LG Display.

The new version of the “apple” communicator, informally referred to as the iPhone 5S will be updating the iPhone 5 with a more powerful processor, additional RAM, improved 12-megapixel primary and 2-megapixel front-facing camera, as well as a number of innovative technologies.

According to some reports, iPhone 5S will receive a fingerprint reader, so that users will be able to unlock the screen. In addition, the new device will be available in several colors, and not just in black and white.

Among other features of the smartphone support service called “iRadio” and the payment system, which turns the phone into a mobile wallet. The output of the sale is expected in the III quarter of 2013 [Via 9to5Mac ]

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