Recent reports emerged, claiming that Apple will be delaying its foldable iPhone till 2025 and shift its focus towards a foldable MacBook. New information has yet again surfaced regarding what looks like a foldable MacBook/iPad hybrid.
The news was shared by Bloomberg’s Mark Gurman (Via 9to5Mac) in his Power On newsletter. For those unaware, the Cupertino based giant is reportedly working on a 20 inch foldable device.
Furthermore, the new report suggests that the brand is also exploring a dual display format for the foldable MacBook/iPad hybrid. In other words, this is a new size for the company and could create a new category in its product portfolio. Although, the actual product is likely a long while away.
Gurman added that “The company could go with a foldable 20 inch screen attached to a physical keyboard or just have one side of the display serving as a virtual keyboard. I’m told Apple has indeed been exploring a dual screen, foldable MacBook/iPad hybrid that would take the second approach. It would trade in the physical keyboard and trackpad for a fully touchscreen base.”
Currently, the Cupertino company could release this new product around 2026, which is the close to the release timeline for its first foldable smartphone as well. Other notable projects arriving around the same time includes its AR glasses, mixed reality headset, and even its highly anticipated Apple Car. So stick around for more, as we will be providing updates when additional information is available regarding this matter.