Apple’s First Foldable MacBook Could Sport A Crease-Free Display

Apple is famously late to enter the foldable market and while it’s now expected to do that within the next couple of years, it isn’t expected to be a foldable phone as is normally the case.

Instead, Apple is expected to launch a foldable laptop, and a new report suggests that we can look forward to a crease-free 20.2-inch or 18.8-inch display as well.

Apple has previously been rumored to have concerns over the crease that is normally associated with foldable devices and that’s why the company hasn’t entered the foldable fray just yet.

However, a new report by supply chain analyst Ming-Chi Kuo claims that Apple has a new display that will be “as crease-free as possible.”

Creating such a design will require the use of expensive components, however, and it’s thought that the 20-inch foldable laptop will cost almost the same as an Apple Vision Pro which starts at $3,499. To put that into perspective, the current 16-inch MacBook Pro starts at $2,499.

Kuo believes that Apple’s foldable MacBook shipments will go beyond a million units in 2026 which would suggest that’s the year that we can expect the device to finally go on sale. In terms of chips, we’re told to expect that Apple will give the MacBook the M5 chip, something else that appears to match the 2026 timeframe.

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