Apple’s Foldable iPhone Prototypes Pass Internal Durability Test: Report


Apple’s foldable iPhone prototypes have passed internal tests for durability, according to a report. Information that two different models were tested at the Foxconn factory in Shenzhen, China. One of them is reportedly a dual screen model prototype, and the other is a clamshell foldable similar to the Samsung Galaxy Z Flip or Motorola Roger. The report predicts that the foldable iPhone will enter by the end of 2022 or 2023.

According to a Report Through Taiwanese Publishing Money, two prototype phones have passed internal tests at the Foxconn factory for durability. Apple’s second prototype, the clamshell model, can be used with the flexible Samsung OLED display, the report said.

Apple Another predicts the model for the most part to launch and quit, the report said.

YouTuber Zone Processor Said In a recent video, Apple claims that the folder works like a clam shell on the iPhone, in line with the report’s claims. The processor claims that Apple’s first foldable iPhone will be launched in 2023. He said the work is currently in its infancy. He also shared a concept image of the folding iPhone, which shows that the rumored iPhone may have a flip-like design.

With a foldable iPhone in the future, Apple will join the ranks Samsung And Motorola, Are currently the only two companies offering such handsets. While Apple is not usually the first to launch new technology, it does ensure the best performance after launch, the report said.

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