iPad Mini's 'guts' may combine old, new technologies

New devices detected by online clipping service may be iPad 2 in a smaller package

By John P. Mello Jr., PC World |  Consumerization of IT, Apple, iPad 2

Sharp, a large supplier of displays for Apple products, will be shut out of the initial Mini runs, the report noted.

The Japanese company may already have too much Apple on its plate. It hasn't even started producing screens for the next iPhone 5, expected to reach retailers September 21, according to The Wall Street Journal. That development is raising questions about Apple's capability to meet the initial demand for the handset, the Journal says.

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