The folding screen iPhone is said to have just launched in 2025. Instead, Apple is said to be presenting a foldable MacBook.
Launching MacRumors, Tuesday (22/2/2022), Ross Young, an analyst at Display Supply Chain Consultants (DSCC), said that Apple had already started meetings with a number of parties.
Apple is reportedly already discussing the foldable MacBook with component suppliers. Later the screen used is a 20-inch 4K resolution panel.
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Young said that this foldable Macbook could form a new product category for Apple and produce dual-use products.
The device can be used as a MacBook when the screen is folded, and can be used as a monitor when the screen is open, typing with the help of an external keyboard.
According to Young, the presence of a folding-screen MacBook is to entertain consumers who can't wait for a folding-screen iPhone.
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The delay in the launch of the folding screen iPhone is considered too long compared to previous predictions which said it would be launched in 2023 – 2024.
The length of the release of the folding screen iPhone will certainly make loyal consumers disappointed. For that, the folding screen MacBook device will be launched first.