Hot on the heels of its hugely successful launch of the iPad, Apple is now rumoured to be working on two mini versions to be launched later this year, which will sport power friendly OLED screens.
Taiwanese newspaper, Digitimes, reports the company has been in talks with component-maker, Compal Electronics, to make the two mini iPad devices, one with a 5.6 inch OLED panel, and the other with a 7 inch OLED screen.
The two smaller iPads are claimed to be targeted at the e-book market, separating them from the 9.7 inch model which is aimed at the multimedia market. Apple recently revealed that its iPad had sold 3 million units in its first 80 days of release in the
However, a senior analyst at Digitimes, commented that the largest OLED maker, Samsung Electronics, has not enough capacity to supply its own handset products, let alone fulfil screen demand from Apple, which may delay the appearance of the mini iPads.