A new report published today claims that Apple will start integrating its home-grown 5G modem on all the iPhones starting with the year 2023.
After a flurry of leaks yesterday, reliable Apple analyst Ming-Chi Kuo now claims that Apple won’t switch to USB Type C on iPhone for a “foreseeable future.”
For quite some time now, YouTuber Strange Parts has been trying to experiment to create a folding iPhone, or at least make a prototype to give us a look at what the folding iPhone might look like. He recently released a video of a Raspberry Pi running iOS with a folding glass on top.
Adding to today’s claims, popular Apple analyst Ming-Chi Kuo has said that Apple could announce a foldable iPhone with a 7.5–8 inch display in 2023.
Kuo: Apple Could Announce iPhone with Punch-Hole Display in 2022, iPhone SE With 5G Coming Next Year
Another report from popular Apple analyst Ming Chi-Kuo claims that Apple could announce an iPhone with a punch-hole design next year. Kuo also claims that Apple is planning to upgrade the iPhone SE with a faster processor and 5G next year.
It’s no secret that Apple is working on a foldable iPhone. Just a few days ago, the reports of a 7-inch foldable iPhone with Apple Pencil support came out, and today, a new report claims that Apple has commissioned LG to develop a foldable display panel for iPhone.
Apple is known to be working on a foldable iPhone. Recent leaks and rumors have suggested that the first foldable iPhone from Apple will debut next year. A new report, published today by EqualOcean, details Apple’s plan for the second generation of its foldable iPhone.
Last month, a report detailed that two folding iPhones prototypes passed Apple’s internal durability test. Now, a new report details that Apple is focusing all of its development on a clamshell-style foldable iPhone, and when it could release this device.
A new report from a Taiwanese publication claims that at least two foldable iPhone prototypes have passed Apple’s internal durability tests. The tests of the hinge system of the folding iPhones were conducted at a Foxconn factory in Shenzhen, China.
Barring Apple, almost every other major smartphone OEM has jumped on the foldable device bandwagon. While there have been rumors of Apple working on a foldable iPhone, nothing concrete about its existence or launch has leaked so far. Now, a new DigiTimes report claims that Apple will “step into the foldable smartphone sector in 2022.”