Sharp Confirms It's Making Screens For the iPhone 5

artist render of iphone 5 white

Sharp will supply Apple with screens for a new redesigned iPhone starting this month, according to Reuters

The news comes from Sharp’s president Takashi Okuda, who briefed reporters this week. 

The next iPhone is expected to have a larger, 4-inch screen, new design, and the ability to connect to LTE data networks. It’s all but confirmed that Apple will announce the new phone on September 12.

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