Apple considers launching a folding screen iPhone
According to Bloomberg reports, Apple is considering launching a folding screen iPhone to compete with Samsung’s equipment. Apple has developed a foldable screen prototype for internal testing but has not yet confirmed its plans to launch a foldable iPhone. According to people familiar with the matter, this development work has not yet been extended beyond the display, which means that Apple’s laboratory does not yet have a complete mobile phone prototype.
According to reports, development has not yet expanded beyond the display, and there is no complete foldable iPhone prototype in Apple’s laboratory. Apple has discussed several foldable screen sizes, including one that can be expanded to resemble the 6.7-inch display on the iPhone 12 Pro Max. It is reported that Apple’s design has a mostly invisible hinge, and the electronic components are located behind the display screen instead of two panels separated by a visible hinge.
There is also news on the same day that Apple will redesign the desktop for the first time in nearly ten years. It plans to launch a desktop iMac that is only half the size of the Mac Pro. It will be equipped with a self-developed chip. Apple is also developing a new low-end external display, which is expected to be available in late 2021.