Huawei and Samsung have launched a number of folding screen smartphones. As one of the smartphone giants, Apple is naturally not far behind. Now, some media have synthesized the latest news and Apple patents and produced a rendering of the folding screen iPhone.

Folding screen iPhone

According to the LetsGoDigital report, based on current information, Apple may launch its first folding screen iPhone in 2022. It may adopt a shape design similar to the Samsung Galaxy Z Flip.

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LetsGoDigital said that the shape of the current folding screen iPhone has been basically confirmed, and it will adopt a flip design similar to the Samsung Galaxy Z Flip and Motorola Razr.

For the first folding screen iPhone, it is temporarily called ‘iPhone Flip’. We can see from the rendering that the iPhone Flip looks very similar to the current iPhone 12 when it is unfolded. The front side still retains the bangs, but it is narrower.

Folding screen iPhone

The back carries a three-camera design similar to the iPhone 12 Pro Max. On the right side of the camera, we can see a secondary screen, which is used to display some notification information when folded.

It is worth mentioning that there does not seem to be a charging port in the rendering. But this is reasonable because there are rumors that Apple will cancel the charging port in the next-generation iPhone. If this is the case, the iPhone Flip charging port will no longer exist.

Of course, the rendering does not represent the final form of the first folding screen iPhone. So what the final folding screen iPhone will look like still remains mysterious.

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