Information that Apple is working on a folding iPhone like the clam shell to launch in the future. This handset has a design similar to the Samsung Galaxy Z Flip, Samsung Galaxy Z Flip 5G. The latest leak reveals that there is a vague timeline for Apple’s first foldable iPhone launch somewhere in 2022 or 2023. This is in line with previous reports that Apple will launch its first folding iPhone in September 2022, not later in the year. Fold is expected to come with iPhone 5G support.
YouTuber zone processor, in him Latest video, Says Apple Is working to bring a foldable iPhone model in the future. This work is still in its infancy, and the company is reportedly testing a clam shell-like shell IPhone At the Foxconn factory in Shenzhen, China. The processor fold shared the concept image of the iPhone, suggesting a similar flip-like design Samsung Galaxy Z Flip. The rumor has it that the iPhone will open and reveal a larger display, but there will also be a smaller display in the outer shell.
This concept phone is designed to give viewers a vague idea of what Apple is and does not suggest what the first foldable iPhone will look like. In any case, the processor states that Apple may launch this handset in 2022 or even 2023.
Apart from this, he shared that his sources have no information yet about the rumored Apple car. Analyst Ming Chi Kuo recently Reported The market for the Apple car is ‘very bullish’ and should not be underestimated before or after 2028. There is one Sketch report Apple recently announced that it would be releasing an Apple car in September 2021.
Returning to foldable phones, Samsung And Motorola Currently there are only two companies offering such handsets in the market. There are many OEMs Revealed Concept Renders Rollable phones but foldable phones have not started selling to the public. As Apple enters this space in the future, it will also enter other OEMs into the foldable phone segment.
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