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The first folding iPhone has two screens that are perceived as a whole

The folding screen doesn't actually bend


Authoritative network informant Jon Prosser, who has proven himself well in past leaks related to Apple, has talked about the prototype of a folding iPhone smartphone.

The first folding iPhone has two screens that are perceived as a whole

He confirmed that the company was really working on a similar smartphone, but noted that the bendable display was not really such. The current prototype version is equipped with two separate displays with a very narrow hinged part. However, when the smartphone unfolds, the screens are connected in such a way that the gap between them is not visible.

The first folding iPhone has two screens that are perceived as a whole

He also added that the current version of the prototype in terms of design resembles the iPhone 11. The screen is equipped with a small cutout for the Face ID system.


It will be quite interesting whether Apple will manage to implement such a solution in a commercial smartphone. After all, if such a phone does not actually have a bending screen, then this will increase the reliability and durability of the smartphone and make it more attractive in the eyes of potential buyers. With already released folding smartphones, the service life of the display is limited, and the fold is visible almost from the very beginning.

John Prosser was the first to announce the exact presentation dates for the new iPhone SE smartphone and  MacBook Pro 13 laptop.

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