Apple Is Working On A 20.3-Inch Foldable Laptop, Analyst Claims

While other companies like Samsung, Google, and Motorola have already launched foldable phones in recent years Apple has so far refused to join in.

There’s no foldable iPhone on the market today and there is little to suggest that will change any time soon. In fact, a new report suggests that while Apple is indeed working on a foldable device, it isn’t an iPhone at all.

That report comes via the normally well-connected supply chain analyst Ming-Chi Kuo who says that Apple is working on a foldable product and that it will be a laptop with a 20.3-inch foldable display. As for when it will go on sale, Kuo believes that it could be ready to enter mass production in 2027 although it isn’t clear how far through the year he expects that to happen.

Apple’s only foldable product with a clear development schedule is the 20.3-inch MacBook, expected to enter mass production in 2027.

This isn’t the first time that we have seen some sort of connection to a foldable laptop for Apple, and the 20-inch size is also one that we’ve seen rumored before. Both display analyst Ross Young and Bloomberg’s Mark Gurman have alluded to such a launch, while Samsung is also thought to be in the know in regard to Apple’s foldable plans internally.

Foldable laptop displays aren’t new and there are some running Windows right now. But a foldable MacBook could be a different beast entirely if and when Apple brings it to market.

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