Currently, Samsung and Huawei are the only companies on the market that have commercially launched foldable devices. But it seems that Apple may soon join them, because its two foldable device prototypes have passed Foxconn’s durability test.
According to a UDN report, the Cupertino-based supplier passed its durability test and passed two very different foldable devices. Both variants are unique and have a folding mechanism similar to the Galaxy Z Fold 2 and Galaxy Z Flip.
In other words, one is bent horizontally while the other is folded vertically. According to the report, the two foldable iPhones are not fully functional at present, and only the case and display components have been tested.
It is worth noting that these two aspects are crucial aspects, and facts have also proved that this is the biggest challenge facing Samsung’s first foldable device Galaxy Fold.
Therefore, it is gratifying that the Apple design has passed the quality control and durability inspection of these two parts. In addition, UDN also stated that the company will now begin to evaluate the two devices and will abandon one of the designs and continue with the other.
Unfortunately, we don’t know when the company will actually release a foldable device, but we can expect it to be most likely to be available in 2022.
In addition, we also expect that Apple will release iOS/iPadOS hybrid software on this device to achieve this function. The location of tablets and smartphones on foldable devices. Keep in mind that this is still an unconfirmed report, so please take some action now and pay close attention to more updates that should be released soon.