Apple is relied upon to ship between 15 million and 20 million foldable iPhones when they go on sale in 2023, a report Monday said, refering to a note by Apple expert Ming-Chi Kuo. The phone will have an 8-inch foldable display, the investigator likewise anticipated, as detailed by 9to5Mac.
“We predict that foldable devices will blur the product segmentations between smartphones, tablets and laptops in the future,” the analyst note said. “With its cross-product ecosystems and hardware design advantages, Apple will be the biggest winner in the new foldable device trend.”
It follows reports in January that Apple had effectively produced a prototype foldable iPhone. Apple will work close by Samsung to supply the foldable OLED screen, as per the report Monday.
A new overview showed half of US customers are as yet keen on purchasing foldable phones, with 47% of iPhone proprietors showing interest, as per a YouGov survey published a week ago.
Apple didn’t quickly react to a request for comment.