Apple is reportedly working on its first foldable iPhone and after the launch of the new foldable iPhone, the Cupertino-based tech giant may discontinue the production of the iPad mini. The reason behind this is that it is believed that the upcoming foldable iPhone will be a cross between the iPhone and iPad Mini and will be running the iPadOS. When unfolded, the device will have a display similar to the iPad Mini, reports GizmoChina. Also Read - Apple removes in-app purchase fee for online classes and events till June 2021
The first foldable iPhone is expected to offer at least 8GB of RAM and 256GB of storage, and the baseline model will seemingly cost $1,499. It will reportedly be unveiled in November 2022. This is not the first time Apple is rumored to be working on a foldable iPhone model. Also Read - Google Stadia cloud gaming service coming to iPhone, iPad soon
According to past reports, Apple has ordered a batch of foldable displays from Samsung, suggesting that it is working on a foldable iPhone. Apple is in the process of engineering an iPhone with a folding display similar to the Samsung Galaxy Fold. Also Read - Apple iOS 14.2.1 update released for iPhone 12 series specifically, fixes major issues
Considering the fact that Samsung is a pioneer in this field and that both the brands have good business relations, it makes sense for Apple to rely on Samsung for supplying foldable displays.
Meanwhile, rumors around the iPhone SE are taking over. In a new report, as suggested by Ming-Chi Kuo, iPhone SE 2021 might get delayed to later next year. In his latest statement shared by a report from MyFixGuide, Kuo says that Apple might delay the 2021 iPhone SE launch. It won’t be happening in the first half at least, says Kuo.
The reason behind the delay is related to the next-generation iPhone 13. Rumors have already hinted at Apple upgrading the ultra-wide camera system on all the iPhone 13 models next year. Kuo says there’s stiff competition between suppliers of the iPhone 13’s camera, which will eventually hinder the production of the new iPhone SE.
Written with agency inputs