iPhone 5S Going To Use Touch-On-Display To Improve Response Time – The iPhone 5, as Apple keeps reminding us, is the best iPhone yet and it shows: the beautiful and elegant Aluminum and Glass back, the new iOS, the light and excellent-built chassis, and the bigger 4-inch retina display of the iPhone 5, all these things really make it a true contender of the best smartphone of 2012. They also go a long way in improving the experience of iPhone 5 over the previous-gen iPhone but along with these luxuries, a new issue arose with its screen making it lag. Even though the issue was not big enough for normal users to notice but a developer reported that when you quickly move your finger across the screen, the lag becomes evident.
iPhone 5S Going To Use Touch-On-Display To Improve Response Time
Apparently, Apple used some in-cell tech to reduce the thickness of the new iPhone which also became the reason for the slow response times of its touch display. It was certain that Apple would do something new to change that and now we are finally getting reports that Apple will be using a new tech by Chimei Innolux, a Foxconn subsidiary called Touch-On-Display that will considerably improve the response times of next-gen iPhone’s display.
The China Times is reporting that samples of Touch-On-Display are already being tested by Apple and are probably going to be used in the 7th Gen iPhone.
The iPhone is known for its smooth and swift responses and it is certainly a bummer to know that the current-gen iPhone suffers from an issue like this. On the other hand, it is great to know that Apple has acknowledged this and is determined to fix this in the next iPhone.