Apple’s foldable iPhone will be delayed until 2025, and the full-screen foldable MacBook is under construction
American technology giant Apple is likely to postpone its foldable iPhone until 2025, and the company is said to be working with full-screen foldable MacBooks.
According to Mashable, analyst Ross Young of Display Supply Chain Consultants (DSCC) said the technology giant is working on full-screen MacBooks.
In the latest DSCC reports, Young has suggested that Apple’s most anticipated foldable iPhone will be delayed until 2025. Earlier reports suggest the handset will be launched in 2023-2024, but the delay appears to have lengthened.
News of the delay in foldable smartphones is coming from some sources in the supply chain, they recommend that the company not rush to the market for foldable phones.
On the other hand, the technology giant is exploring some ambitious possibilities for full-screen foldable laptops. A DSCC report said Apple is in talks with suppliers about 20-inch foldable monitors.
According to Young, the coming full-screen folding devices will bring a new product category. The product acts as a notebook when folded and the screen is opened.
Although there is no exact timetable for the device yet, it is expected to be released in 2026-2027.