4K TV from Apple?
Apple in talks with LG about 4K panels - rumor

18 Jul 2013 | Rasmus Larsen |

Apple shows continued interest in the TV industry and according to rumors in the industry Apple is currently in talks with LG about their 55 and 65-inch Ultra HD panels.

Apple in talks with LG about 4K panels - rumor

Rumors about an actual TV screen from Apple have swirled for years but so far nothing has materialized. According to industry sources Apple shows continued interest.

An Ultra HD TV from Apple?
Apple is said to be in talks with LG about Ultra HD panels


Apple is reportedly in talks with LG.Display, which is LGs display panel production arm. Apple and LG.Display have discussed the possibility of integrating 55 and 65 inch Ultra HD panels into a TV screen from Apple. The panels in question are LGs LCD IPS panels that will go into mass production this August/September.

Apple and LG have not reached an agreement and according to the report Apple is still testing the technology. The first time we heard about Apples interest in Ultra HD was in March 2013. Apple has also been in discussions with Sharp on the prospects of sourcing Ultra HD panels. Sharp is not currently mass producing Ultra HD panels but is expected to start production in a few months.

- Source: DigiTimes



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