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Apple’s foldable iPhone postponed to 2025

Apple he decided to postpone his foldable iPhone until 2025. According to the analyst Ross Young of Display Supply Chain Consultants, the company’s goal now is to explore the field of folding MacBooks full screen. Let’s find out all the details together.

Apple postpones foldable iPhone

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In a new DSCC report on upcoming foldable devices, Young explained that the much-rumored Apple’s foldable iPhone has been postponed to 2025. This seems to be a significant delay compared to previous forecasts: the Cupertino company had in fact chosen to publish it by 2023.

The news of the delay comes after discussions with sources of the supply chainwhich suggests that Apple is in no rush to enter the foldable market.

Despite the delay of its foldable ambitions for the iPhone, Apple would be exploring the possibility of offer foldable notebooks full screen. The company is said to be in discussions with its suppliers of foldable notebooks with displays of approx 20 inches.

Young also stated that this device could form a new product category for Apple and become a dual-use productwith the ability to function either as a notebook with a full-size keyboard on the screen, or as a monitor with an external keyboard.

The launch window for the foldable notebook is reportedly located between the 2026 and 2027. The revelation of Apple’s interest in the foldable notebook segment is said to be “good news the foldable market” in general.

For more information and to stay up to date on the latest Apple news, you can consult the official website of the Cupertino company.

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