Rumor: Apple considering going back to 'glass-to-glass' touch panels for 2016 iPhones

Apple is reportedly testing the notion of reverting to G/G (glass-to-glass) touch panels for 2016 iPhone models, out of alleged frustration with obstacles presented by the in-cell technology the company has been using in recent years.

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Why Apple might consider leaving Intel's x86 for its own ARM chips in future Macs

Though many will scoff at the notion of an iPad and Mac that draw from the same family of application processors, it’s not as farfetched as it seems. AppleInsider takes a look at why today’s chipmaking giants could find themselves on the outside looking in during an Apple product launch in the near future.



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