Jon Prosser, known for his consistent leaks on Apple products, claimed that Apple was working on an iPhone with a foldable screen. This claim, combined with Apple’s patent applications and experts’ remarks, was enough to excite Apple fans.
The smartphone industry is in a big change. The phones, which have become our personal assistants with the software and hardware studies of technology manufacturers, have also been on the agenda with their foldable models for a while. It seems that we will see this technology, which has not been fully accepted by consumers yet, in the US-based technology giant Apple.
Apple has not come up with a foldable screen smartphone to date. However, patent applications that have appeared in recent years have revealed that Apple is also working on an iPhone with a foldable screen. Now stating that they have resources close to Apple, Jon Prosser claimed that Apple is working on an iPhone with a definitive foldable screen. Moreover, apparently we will not wait too long to meet this iPhone.
Jon Prosser did not give detailed information about the foldable screen iPhone in his statements on Twitter. However, Prosser stated that he trusts the information he shared in his statements. Prosser, which has managed to keep the agenda busy with the leaks it has made in the past, and most leaks are supported by end products, has succeeded in exciting the fans of Apple with its final explanations.
Foldable screen phones are not at the desired point for now. Galaxy Fold, the first Samsung phone with foldable screen, could not reach the desired popularity due to the problems. In addition, Huawei’s first phone with foldable screen also shared the same fate. However, the announcements made earlier this year had become a glimmer of hope for the future of foldable screen phones.
William LaCourse, a professor at Alfred University, said in the early days of 2020 that a foldable screened iPhone could be released in 12 to 18 months. Basing these statements on Corning, LaCourse said that the Gorilla Glass manufacturer will sign a significant development in late 2020 and produce next-generation glasses for foldable phones. The claims now made show that the iPhone 13 or iPhone 14 may be collapsible.