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Apple might launch its foldable iPhone “iPhone Fold” in 2025

The foldable iPhone may feature an OLED display.

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The popularity of foldable phones is increasing. The only firms to release foldable smartphones on the market are Samsung, Motorola, LG, and Huawei. Apple is currently preparing to walk in the footsteps of its rivals. The long-awaited foldable iPhone from Apple might eventually be released in 2025. The “iPhone Fold” is the name given to the foldable iPhone.

When Apple truly plans to introduce the foldable seems to be the subject of conflicting reports. At the earliest, according to analyst Min-Chi Kuo, it might occur in 2023. Even later dates, 2024 or 2025, are suggested by some speculations.

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There is a tonne of information that points to the existence of the “iPhone Fold,” even if Apple might never unveil it, according to a report by Appleinsider. A foldable OLED display and hinges would be used in this concept device to give users a huge screen in a compact design.

Apple may soon push for the release of a consumer product version of the “iPhone Fold,” which currently only exists in patents and internal testing. Since there aren’t many rumours regarding the product, patents are the main source of information.

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The report claims that Apple may be working on a tablet that converts into a phone or a clamshell that becomes a full-screen phone. The distinction is slight but distinct. Samsung offers two “foldable” products for sale: the tablet Galaxy Z Fold and the clamshell Galaxy Z Flip.

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The “iPhone Flip” has also been mentioned in leaks and rumours, but Apple may choose to completely eschew these titles or even stop referring to the gadget as an iPhone. The folding iPhone will still be an iPhone running iOS in the first place.

“Expect feature parity with whatever flagship device it launches alongside, maybe the “iPhone 15.” It is likely that if Apple releases the “iPhone Fold,” not much else will differentiate the product besides the folding gimmick,” the report stated.

The A16 or A17 would be the most obvious possibility for the “iPhone Fold,” depending on when it launches, given Apple uses A-series CPUs for its iPhone range. Apple might possibly employ an M-series processor to ensure optimal performance, though, considering the hybrid nature of this gadget.

More recent speculations claim Apple has chosen the “flip” design for their next product. Similar to the Gameboy Advanced SP, it would have a clamshell design that opens into a phone and shuts into a small square that can fit in a pocket. OLED’s adaptability makes it likely that a folding iPhone will have the display technology. Manufacturers showcased screens that could be folded or wrapped up using OLED when it was initially introduced to the mobile industry. This is crucial since tiny LED might not allow for the same flexibility in Apple’s folding display as per the report.

On the “inside,” the selfie camera and Face ID will be visible above the usable screen. The back camera system with LiDAR is located in the area that is deemed to be the “outside” when it is open. Apple probably won’t make the product any more intricate than that, especially for the first-generation release. Apple could also use Face ID, but it would limit authentication options if it was only usable when the iPhone was “open.” The “iPhone Fold” has the option of combining Face ID with Touch ID.

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Komila Singh
Komila Singhhttp://www.gadgetbridge.com
Komila is one of the most spirited tech writers at Gadget Bridge. Always up for a new challenge, she is an expert at dissecting technology and getting to its core. She loves to tinker with new mobile phones, tablets and headphones.

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