“Apple is working on a completely new type of iPhone.”

“Apple is working on a completely new type of iPhone.”

The information was some of the first to be leaked by Vision Pro several years ago, and it revealed much of it last January. Now they are back with very interesting information about the new generation iPhone.

It has supposedly been developing the foldable iPhone since before 2018

The newspaper indicates that Apple has two foldable iPhones that are in the prototype stage and that the company has already spent more than five years in development. These are mobile phones that fold like the Samsung Galaxy Flip and are not foldable. According to sources familiar with the plans, the potential products are still in the early development stage. Apparently, Apple has no plans to launch it this year or next, but there is a small chance it will happen in 2026.

But the company has certainly spoken with a manufacturer in Asia regarding the components of the foldable mobile phone, which is supposed to come in two sizes. It is very likely that Apple will cancel the entire project, but the situation now is to continue development.

The foldable iPad mini may come first to test the market

Tim Cook has certainly been interested in such a phone since at least 2018. This is the same year he was able to demonstrate an iPhone with a 7-inch screen, and he must have been so impressed that he gave the green light for further development. . Apple's original plan was for the screen to be on the outside and for this foldable mobile phone to be no thicker than a traditional iPhone when the foldable mobile phone is closed.

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At the same time, the same sources warn that Apple has temporarily halted the development of foldable iPhones in 2020 (we understand that they are still working on the project, but the goal in the first place is not to launch them) and are instead setting their sights on an iPad that folds into Inside. This includes the iPad mini with an 8-inch screen. The advantage of trying it with the iPad first is that customers will accept a thicker device, and Apple will be able to test the concept for a less important product range than the iPhone, which is still the most important to the company.

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