Apple Is Going To Introduce HD display Into Its Next Generation iPads

Apple is going to introduce high definition display into its next generation iPads. According to the news from Asia-centric publication,Apple has got this idea to introduce two alternative backlight solutions for its upcoming next-generation iPad from the two Taiwan LED backlight vendors.Currently only a single LED light bar is used in the iPad2 but the modifications to maintain and tone up the brightness of the panels will be seen in the upcoming new tablet.

Apple has many options for doing this type of modifications:

1. Keep the light bar as a single bar.
2. Add two LED chips
3. Utilise Dual-LED light bars.

In the month of July Apple had begun a quality testing program with world’s two largest manufacturers of LCD panels, Samsung and LG.This program is basically organised to secure deal for including advanced display technology in its upcoming tablet device.Samsung and LG both were asked to produce screens with improved and better picture quality so that Apple would be able to test the screens at one of its laboratories in China.

According to the sources new display screens will be able to deliver 264 pixels per inch (PPI) which is at least twice the 132 PPI on the current iPad 2, this moving the company closer to the 326 PPI of the iPhone 4/4S.

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