Apple is reportedly making a move to ensure its iDevices keep rolling off production lines. According to Japanese newspaper Nikkei, the company is expected to share $1.2 billion in costs with Toshiba subsidiary Toshiba Mobile Display in order to pple hasn’t commented on the rumors but the company may very well need the extra capacity. Although it has a multi-year deal with LG Display that covers a variety of panels, including the 640x960 Retina Display used on the iPhone 4, the latter has struggled to keep up with demand. Once the new factory is up and running at capacity its output should reach around 17 million units per month, which will certainly help Apple meet demand for its popular smartphone.