Are foldable phones the wave of the future or is it nothing more than a vogue for 3D TV? Although I may be inclined to lean towards him. It can not be denied that the foldable phones from Samsung and Huawei have sparked enthusiasm in the smartphone market that we have not seen for a long time.
Some people touting foldable devices as the next frontier for smartphones, so it's no surprise that we're already starting to see speculation that Apple is getting into the fray. Last month, for example, Apple's co-founder Steve Wozniak called on Apple to make a splash in the foldable phone market. In addition, it should be noted that Apple has already filed a number of patents relating to folding iPhone design.
Now, before you get carried away by the thought of a foldable and stylish iPhone, which will soon fall in stores, keep in mind that Apple regularly lays patents for products and technologies that never see the light of day. Nevertheless, it is sometimes amusing to imagine what a futuristic folding iPhone would look like, even if the chances of it becoming reality become slim, at least at this point.
We have seen some foldable iPhone designs in recent weeks, but the most recent example of ConceptsiPhone could be the best at the moment. The device imagined here, called iPhone X Fold, is remarkably elegant and contrasts with Samsung's bulky Galaxy Fold. Even the concept of packaging on this mythical device is pretty cool. Of course, this comparison is far from right since the Galaxy Fold is a real device, as opposed to a fantastic concept.