Wednesday, August 29, 2012

Play Video and DVD on iPhone 5 with Improved Display

iphone 5
The releasing day of iPhone 5 is coming near and near. The date is almost sure now, September 12, according to many information and news. Though there isn't any official images of this expecting device, we have already talked about it for a long time. The first look is very important to everyone, such as the size, the  thickness, the screen and the integral design.

This article collects believable informations about iPhone 5's display.

iPhone 5 Display
As a tradition, iPhone always has a 3.5'' display, from the first generation to iPhone 4s. This time, Apple appears to make something different. To match an industry-wide movement, the display will be larger, and is expected to adopt a 4'' screen with 640x1136 resolution for iPhone 5.

iPhone 5 Display New Technology : In-cell Touch
iPhone 5 is expected to use a new display tech called IN-CELL TOUCH. In-cell multitouch technology integrates touch into the thin-film transistor LCD manufacturing process, obviating the need for additional sensors and glass.In-cell touch is going to be incorporated with LTPS TFT LCD on the new Apple device.

It is an improvement over the current technique, which places the touch sensors on top of the screen and naturally leads to a thicker display. This reduces the space taken up by the screen and the weight of the device.

This technology would be one of the greatest benefits to the iPhone 5.

iPhone 5 Display Supplier
The latest rumor pointed that LG Display will provide iPhone 5's displays to Apple. The chief executive of LG Display said, "We just began mass production and we don't expect any disruption in supplies".

In previous rumors, Sharp is reported as the display provider of iPhone 5. More, Sharp's IGZO technology was said to be the new technology which iPhone 5 display will base on. In April, Sharp announced that they intended to use IGZO technology in mobile devices.

Compared with the other two display providers, Sharp and Toshiba, LG Display is principal display supplier for Apple's exsisting products, such as iPad and iPhone.

Play Video and DVD on iPhone 5
Based on larger and better benifit display screen, users must get greater experience during their entertainment life with iPhone 5. In previous iPhone series, they support playing H.264 and MPEG-4 videos in .m4v, .mp4 and .mov file formats. Before playing local video files, check the formats first. If the converision is needed between video formats, these video converters are FREE for you.

As we know, iPhone is not able to play DVD direclty, since there isn't any in-port for DVD players. Compared with iPhone, iPad may be a better choice to enjoy DVD films. Finally, if you want to play DVD on iPhone 5, after ripping videos from DVD discs, play videos normally instead.

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