Displays for the Apple iPad Mini 2 will be built by Sharp and LG. The company will no longer utilize AU Optronics for their touchscreens on the shrunken down slate. Making on the latest device is likely to ramp up in the upcoming weeks and both LG and Sharp have gotten on board.
Sharp has received a technical benefit in energy efficiency which has tough its place and Samsung is presently fighting to replace AU Optronics production share, as per report. AU Optronics did not fulfill Apple’s standards with its work on the first iPad mini as the company was struggling to satisfy the production needs until months after the device’s release.
AU has also been struggling to fulfill technical and timing objectives for the next-generation iPad mini and Apple’s improved connection along with Samsung has allowed the firm to be more flexible with picking its suppliers. The most recent reports on the iPad mini indicate Apple releasing 2 different models including a revamped design and a a little bit improve models of the existing one.