That's how foldable iPhone could look like, if Apple ever makes one

Apple might acknowledge the latest industry trend.

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Foldable smartphones seem to be the next big thing in the mobile industry. With Samsung and Huawei launching their respective foldable devices, it's just a matter of time other manufacturers jump the bandwagon.

That's how foldable iPhone could look like, if Apple ever makes one

 

Apple might be the next major manufacturer to build a foldable smartphone. At least that's what the company's previous patent filings suggest. Many industry analysts have noted that producing a folding smartphone will be a huge challenge for Apple. But if the Cupertino-based company comes up with its own foldable device, how will it look like?

Dutch industrial designer Roy Gilsing might have the answer. Gilsing is a well-known product developer who has worked closely with firms like Rabobank, Colgate-Palmolive and Fresh 'n Rebel.

That's how foldable iPhone could look like, if Apple ever makes one

He has created an imaginary model of Apple's version of a foldable iPhone. The images show a device with two display where the outer screen has a 1:3 aspect ratio, while the foldable display has a 2:3 aspect ratio.

That's how foldable iPhone could look like, if Apple ever makes one

The device will be able to switch easily between the iPhone and iPad-mode. Users will be able to use the device in both landscape and portrait mode. One of the images also shows that a partial fold would allow users to transform the device into a mini-notebook with a keyboard.

 

"It would be so cool to hold an iPad-size screen in your pocket. And it's really convenient to make calls and chat with a long style phone," said Roy Gilsing.

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