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Apple’s Foldable iPhone dubbed iPhone Fold to launch in 2025

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Apple's Foldable iPhone dubbed iPhone Fold to launch in 2025

Apple’s Foldable iPhone dubbed iPhone Fold to launch in 2025: A report claimed that Apple may launch its first foldable iPad rather than iPhone in 2025.

As per the Appleinsider, the iPhone Fold would likely have a USB-C port and support MagSafe. It is expected to at least use Touch ID, though there is a possibility that Apple could opt for Face ID as well.

The American company working with LG to produce an ultra-thin cover glass that could be used on the foldable device.

Apple designs its own custom chips for iPhone and iPad. However, it relies on chipmaker Qualcomm for modems that allow those devices to support 5G connectivity.

An analyst DSCC Ross Young claimed that Apple’s foldable iPhone might not launch before 2025.

It makes sense if the company is planning to work on a foldable MacBook. Expected to be used in folded and fully opened forms, these MacBook models are likely to launch in 2026 or 2027.

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Going by an old report, it is suggested that it could span 8-inch. And comes with a WQD+ flexible OLED display with Samsung Display providing the main screen components for it. The DDI display controller will be from Samsung Foundry.

It is further suggested that the Cupertino tech major could use a silver nanowire touch solution for the foldable iPhone’s screen so as to have an edge over Samsung‘s Y-Octa display and will prove helpful for future foldable devices that can have multiple folds, “rollable, medium to large size display, and durability.” The nanowire tech is currently being used for the HomePod.

Past rumour has also suggested that the phone could come in funky colour options, taking cues from the iPhone XR, iPhone 11, and the iPhone 12.

This will most likely be to attract a younger audience. There are chances the device might be priced reasonably, although, the odds are not in the favour of this.

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