While there’s some debate about the type of display technology that will appear in the fifth-generation iPad, reports suggest that the display will be brighter and more efficient. KGI Securities analyst Ming- Chi Kuo speculates that the iPad 5 will come with GF2 technology built into its display, according to TechRadar. This is the same display tech built into the iPad Mini, which is supposed to make the iPad 5’s display brighter and thinner than its predecessor. At 432 lux, the iPad Mini’s display is noticeably brighter than the fourth generation iPad’s 346 lux display. Meanwhile, Jeremy Horwitzis speculating that IGZO screen technology may be more sensible for the iPad 5.