Reports of Apple’s foldable iPhone continue to grab the headlines and today’s report puts it in perspective with the company’s entry-level iPad. In a new report, MyDrivers suggests that Apple could eventually replace the iPad mini with a foldable iPhone, which will offer stylus input.
Last week’s report revealed the possibility that Apple’s foldable iPhone might support a stylus – though it’s unclear whether that’s the current Apple Pencil or something. new. The display will be somewhere between 7.3 and 7.6 inches diagonally, but with a very high aspect ratio. MyDrivers The report shows a September 2022 release date for Apple’s foldable device – which will apparently feature a clamshell form factor – but last week’s report from EqualOcean suggested it would be pushed back to 2023.
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With such a difference in cost, personally I don’t think Apple would replace the iPad mini with a foldable iPhone. I do think, however, that Apple might phase out the iPad Mini for another reason – maybe in a few years all iPads will have smaller bezels and the larger iPad will have the same footprint as the current iPad Mini. 5th generation. Who knows? – we are just speculating.
Rumors of Apple’s development of a foldable iPhone have been swirling for years. With the first Galaxy Fold, Samsung showed us how difficult it is to make and market such a device. While the first wave of Galaxy Fold customers have exposed the product’s flaws and drawbacks, Apple normally takes time to refine new technology like this – the company historically observes and learns from other OEMs’ mistakes before implementing. implements new technology in its products.
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