Apple’s expected foray into foldables will come from the iPhone, not the iPad. CCS Insight’s annual forecasts say the same.
Apple may launch a foldable iPad in 2024, in line with the trend of most other manufacturers. The logic behind the CCS report is that a foldable iPhone could disrupt sales of the regular iPhone, which is dangerous for Apple. The report goes on to say that Apple will need to price the ultimate foldable iPhone at least $2,500 to stay clear of the current high-end iPhone Pro Max.
According to Ben Wood, head of research at CCS, Apple wants to avoid any technical issues with a foldable phone and instead chooses to “dip its toes” with a tablet.
Other sources, such as the famous Apple instructor and analyst Ming-Chi Kuo, said that Apple in 2016 He said Apple could launch a foldable iPhone in 2024. So the consensus is that Apple will launch a foldable device within two years.
The CCS report goes on to say that Apple will introduce its own 5G modem in 2025. This move will allow Apple, which currently relies on Qualcomm 5G modems, to integrate its own modem into the A-series chipset for a single-chip solution. The tools.
Apple acquired Intel’s modem business in 2019 and is said to be continuing to expand its home modem capabilities.