Calls have been one of the most talked about in recent months. The unique devices are unique in their design but unfortunately they have enough technical issues in addition to the high price. In other words, it still takes a long time – if available – for folding folders to become standard in the market.
Now, we will not deny that the wrap designs are very good. Two clear examples of this are the Motorola RAZR or Samsung Galaxy Z Flip. Or literally what we would like to see is the Apple Flip phone, especially if it's like showing us in this fun video.
This could be Apple's wrapping phone
We may never see an Apple rolled up phone. The fact is that Cupertino's company is very assertive in this regard and the fact that it dislikes the best-known tests – to the extent that its new tool lacks 5G technology. However, That doesn't mean we like to dream and think about hypothetical folding iPhone.
The concept was created by the YouTube #iOS beta channel and shows us the iPhone Flip, very similar to the aforementioned phones for Motorola and Samsung. In terms of its outward appearance it resembles the new iPhone 11 Pro but this one could not be folded into this position only will show a small screen suitable for viewing notifications or knowing who is c alling us
Now, as we mentioned earlier, this phone is a chimera. Cell phones don't work today Apple will not spend time or resources on something that will not produce profits
Although the question we should ask ourselves is the following. Will firms continue to charge on the phone? Huawei revealed that a few weeks ago he said that despite losing millions of dollars due to the Mate X, he did not believe that its tool failed and that it would continue to operate at the same terminals. In addition, Motorola's wrap doesn't look like it sells very well and the company makes a 2 × 1 offer.
In the end it all seems to indicate that folding phones will remain an anecdote for the mobile market. Of course, that Apple will introduce a wrap-up version of your iPhone such as a video would be an eye-opener.