9to5Mac Secures iPad 2 Display for Detailed Review

According to a recent revelation by 9to5Mac, a new iPad 2 display has been sourced from the iPhone repair service iFIxYouri.com. While the exact resolution of the display remains unconfirmed, speculation suggests it might be a 9.7-inch LG screen with a resolution of 1024 x 768, identical to the current model.

To confirm these details, one might consider examining it under a microscope.

9to5Mac has noted that this new display is not only lighter but also thinner by more than a millimeter compared to the existing iPad screens. It bears a striking resemblance to a display previously listed by GlobalDirectParts, which was later removed from their website.

This similarity supports the assertion that this could indeed be the display for the upcoming iPad 2.

With the anticipated launch of the iPad 2 in the coming months, it won’t be long before the authenticity and specifications of this display are officially confirmed.

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