As we have seen in the past that Apple leaves the LG in the dark with their non durable LCD displays that they have produce for Apple’s iPad and due to low quality LCD’s many users faced critical problems with their iPad’s Displays, and therefore they transfer their whole shipment orders from LG to their biggest rival Samsung, but now it seems that Apple is also in the move to leave Samsung in the dark due to on-going large numbers of lawsuits against each other, and therefore it is reported that Apple to invest $1 billion in the Sharp to secure the future displays screens for the next generation iPhone and iPad.

“We think it is highly possible that Apple will make an investment in Sharp’s Kameyama plant to the tune of around $1 billion in order to secure a stable supply of screens for iPhones and iPads.”

Reuters today outlined the note of the MF Global Securities analyst, which believes that Apple is on the way to invest large amount of money in Sharp for their future touch screen orders. He also believes that this investment also increase the shipment orders of Apple and once again Apple will hold large number of stock parts of its devices and this will also help Apple in producing large number of shipments in the mentioned time frame.