2013/14/05, 09:05 am
Sharp, a key supplier of components that go into iPads and iPhones, lost $5.4 billion last year, prompting the Japanese display maker to increase its reliance on Apple's top rival, Samsung, in order to survive.
2013/18/01, 08:01 am
Sharp is said to have "nearly halted" production of 9.7-inch panels for Apple's full-size iPad — a change made as sales are predicted to shift to the 7.9-inch iPad mini.
2013/08/01, 09:01 am
Sharp this week made its case to CES attendees that IGZO technology is the future of mobile displays, leading one market watcher to believe it's likely inevitable that Apple will adopt them.
2012/07/11, 08:11 am
Apple's annual capital expenditures report came in $2.3 billion higher than anticipated, which has led one analyst to believe Apple could have put a significant amount of money into key but struggling supplier Sharp.
2012/28/09, 09:09 am
An executive with LCD maker Sharp has indicated that his company is not having problems supplying displays to Apple for the iPhone 5.
2012/31/08, 07:08 am
LCD maker Sharp Corp. has not yet started mass producing displays for Apple's next iPhone, prompting concerns of a component shortage ahead of the device's anticipated launch, according to a new report.
2012/30/08, 11:08 am
Foxconn and Sharp are considering a $1 billion investment in a Japanese LCD plant in order to build more display panels for Apple's iPhone and other devices.
2012/21/08, 02:08 pm
Shares of display maker and Apple supplier Sharp have plummeted so far that Foxconn's deal to buy a stake in the struggling Japanese company could be in peril.
2012/02/08, 08:08 am
Sharp's new president announced on Thursday that his company will begin shipping displays for Apple's next-generation iPhone this month.
2012/21/06, 08:06 am
A new rumor claims Sharp is set to begin delivering LCD TV panels to assembler Foxconn in order to begin building Apple television sets.
2012/19/06, 04:06 pm
At least one of the suppliers for Apple's new high-resolution MacBook Pro Retina display has been identified as LG Display.
2012/18/06, 10:06 am
Foxconn is said to be in talks to buy more shares of display panel maker Sharp, once again prompting speculation that their alliance could play a key role in Apple's rumored television set.
2012/24/05, 10:05 am
Foxconn plans to use its newfound partnership with Sharp to build a new plant in China that will produce screens for Apple's iPhone.
2012/23/04, 08:04 am
Samsung will remain the primary supplier of Retina displays for the new iPad for the foreseeable future, as Apple continues to face supply issues for the high-resolution screen.
2012/23/04, 05:04 am
A new analysis claims a switch to in-cell touch panel technology from current glass-on-glass solutions could reduce the thickness of Apple's 2012 iPhone by 0.44mm.
2012/20/04, 01:04 am
A new batch of rumors claims that Apple could make use of thinner in-cell touch panels for its next-generation iPhone.
2012/13/04, 02:04 pm
As it is believed to be gearing up to launch its own television, Apple initially considered investing in Sharp's LCD business, but the company instead opted to let its manufacturing partner Foxconn fill that role, according to a new report.
2012/28/03, 08:03 am
The newly announced partnership between Foxconn and Sharp has been seen as an opportunity for both companies to produce IGZO panels for Apple's anticipated television set.
2012/27/03, 01:03 pm
Sharp is looking to shake up its money-losing LCD business by selling a 10 percent stake to Foxconn, Apple's overseas manufacturing partner.
2012/23/03, 10:03 am
Both Sharp and LG recently met Apple's quality standards and began shipping the company small volumes of iPad Retina displays, according to a new report.