The foldable iPhone could appear in 2025 alongside a foldable 20-inch MacBook

It seems very evident that Apple is not at all clear about launching a folding iPhone, because if it wanted to, we could already go through an Apple Store and buy it. There are already some models of other brands on the market, so the folding mobile has already been invented.

But another thing is that these mobiles are reliable and durable, given their price. And there where Apple, demanding like few others with the quality of its devices, does not have them all. That, and the unknown of knowing if it will be a fad, or if the folding mobile will really fit in with the preferences of the users. In Cupertino they prefer to wait.

Display Supply Chain Consultants has just published a report very interesting about Apple's idea of ​​making a foldable iPhone. It explains that those from Cupertino have delayed the launch of their folding iPhone until 2025.

And he also says that the company wants to take advantage of the same folding panel technology to launch a 20-inch foldable MacBook. Although more than MacBook, considering that it will not have a physical keyboard, it should be called a folding iPad, I say….

The article says that the manufacturers involved in the project have noticed that Apple is in no hurry to launch a folding iPhone, and that if they initially planned to start manufacturing it in 2023, now the issue has been pushed back to 2025.

But these manufacturers have also assured that Apple is still interested in the technology of the folding screen panels. They have even hinted that the Cupertino have some kind of folding 20-inch MacBook in mind.

It would be a MacBook with a half-screen keyboard when folded 90 degrees, and an iPad with the 20-inch screen fully open. It would have 4K resolution, and could be used as a screen when unfolded, and used with an external keyboard. An idea that is still in a very embryonic stageAnd that may never come true. We will see.


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