Apple likes to wait for new technology to mature, rather than being the first to adopt it. As the company’s competitors continue to experiment with high-end foldable smartphones, the chance to see a foldable iPhone seems to be in the air. Fortunately, according to the latest information, this may not be the case any more, pointing out that we may see this unique Apple product in 2022. < / P > < p > Apple is reported to be testing the foldable display, claiming the source, but it will take years for the release. The foldable iPhone may not arrive until November 2022. According to previous information, the company may have purchased folding screens from Samsung, probably to test the quality first. There is no confirmation of which display technology Apple plans to use on the foldable iPhone, but if all goes according to plan, it could take three to four years to switch to microoled. < / P > < p > this may mean that the collapsible iPhone may have a mini LED screen, as apple intends to move to this technology first, but there is no confirmation yet. However, the verifier has shared pricing details, and surprisingly, given the $1999 price of the galaxy Z fold 2, the $1499 label for the foldable iPhone sounds reasonable. Maybe Apple wants to weaken the high-end smartphone market with more competitive pricing. In addition, the foldable iPhone is rumored to have 256gb of internal storage and 8GB of memory. < / P > < p > Apple has previously applied for a patent that describes the self-healing nature of the foldable screen, so maybe we’ll see something similar on the upcoming iPhone. Currently, collapsible smartphones such as the galaxy Z fold 2, which are ridiculously expensive, are continuing to show such creases, which may deter customers who are paying $1999 for their flagship. Apple may want to refine the design with more sophisticated glass, but the plans may change as the company progresses. After 12 years, “world class Super project” Shantou Bay Tunnel ushers in a historic breakthrough today