In the land of smartphone flagships and in the era of folding phones, the authenticity of the competition rest on the big hitters being able to show off their creative sides and Apple never one to back down from the challenge is reportedly working on a foldable iPhone.
While the iPhone 11 is set to arrive in 2019, along with a whole host of foldable Android phones, some already making rounds at the Mobile World Congress (MWC2019), LetsGODigital reports that we may have to wait until next year to see the foldable iPhone in its full glory.
The camera is to sit at the top of the phone forming a kind screen-edge notch. With rumours suggesting Apple will do away with its current Lightning connector in favour of USB-C for 2020 phones, as already available in their 2019 iPad Pro which am a cool fan, the same feature is to be expected on the foldable iPhone also, meaning super fast charging.
Elsewhere, trailblazers, Samsung last week sent the tech world in overdrive with the launch of its latest Galaxy S10 flagship as well as the Samsung folding phone at its event in San Francisco comes with pretty much everything we expected from the leaks.
At 7.3″ Infinity Flex display with a 4.6″ cover display packing a 12GB RAM and 4370mAh battery to go, the question no longer lingers on if we could possibly get a folding phone on our hands but who actually is going to make the better and consumer-friendly fold, not albeit with the big hitters like the iOS industry and the promise of the Huawei Mate X to come.
What do you make of Apple 2022 projected folding phone patent? Could it yet grace the screens and eventually be up for a full review in 2022 or am I just being over-curious? Let us talk it down in the OTHER ROOM.