Apple is working on a foldable notebook for a release at some pointing 2025, according to a new report.
Following claims that Apple is getting ready to release a foldable tablet as soon as 2024, display industry analyst Ross Young has now chimed in to say that he hasn’t heard anything about a foldable iPad – but that he has heard that Apple is working on a foldable notebook that could launch a year later in 2025.
Young also believes that the foldable notebook will have a 20.5-inch screen that can be folded.
“Have heard about a 20.5” foldable notebook for 2025, but nothing about a foldable iPad for 2024, Young said in response to a similar tweet from Bloomberg’s Mark Gurman before adding that “maybe this is just good PR for the hinge company.”
It isn’t clear whether these are actually two different devices as Young appears to suggest, or if there is the possibility that both he and Kuo are talking about the same hardware but with slightly different timeframes. Kuo hasn’t previously said how large the foldable iPad would be, possibly opening the door to it being this same 20.5-inch panel.
Have heard about a 20.5” foldable notebook for 2025, but nothing about a foldable iPad for 2024. Maybe this is just good PR for the hinge company…
— Ross Young (@DSCCRoss) January 31, 2023
If Apple is indeed going to release a foldable iPad as soon as next year we can surely expect to learn more about it in the coming months as more information leaks out.
You may also like to check out:
- Download: iOS 16.3 Final OTA File, IPSW Links Released
- How To Fix Bad iOS 16 Battery Life Drain [Guide]
- Jailbreak iOS 16.3 On iPhone And iPad Latest Status Update
- iOS 16 Compatible And Supported iPhone, iPad, iPod touch Devices
- iOS 16 Hidden Features: 100+ Changes Apple Didn’t Tell Us About
- Download: iPadOS 16.3 Final OTA File, IPSW Links Released
- iOS 16.2 Jailbreak Palera1n Download Released, Based On Checkm8 Exploit
You can follow us on Twitter, or Instagram, and even like our Facebook page to keep yourself updated on all the latest from Microsoft, Google, Apple, and the Web.