For apple, the iPhone will inevitably usher in big changes in the shape design, such as removing the bangs on the display, and then adding the folding screen. At least judging from the current preparation, they do have this layout. According to US media reports, Apple’s patent application for folding screen has surfaced again, and this time, the screen itself can cure the inevitable wear and tear. To help reduce the number of dents, scratches, or other defects in the display cover, Apple has covered the display with a layer of self-healing material. < / P > < p > the flexible layer itself can include a layer of elastomer, which is a self-healing element. The elastomer is stretchable, but it can be restored to its original shape. An analogy is a memory foam in some mattresses. Usually, this ability to return to its previous shape is triggered by heat, such as the body temperature of a person sleeping on a mattress. < / P > < p > in addition, self-healing can be initiated or accelerated by externally applied heat, light, current or other types of external stimuli, such as heat generation when electronic devices are charged. < / P > < p > as a protective layer for thin-film transistor circuits and other display structures, some layers will be used as the actual display screen, while others will be used to protect the screen, especially when it is bent, the device can be folded around the bending axis < / P > < p > prior to this, Apple’s patent application also showed that a foldable iPhone prototype was being developed, which will have two Independent display panels are hinged instead of just one screen like the Samsung Galaxy fold. In other words, Apple’s new machine looks more like Microsoft’s surfaceneo and surface duo, both of which are foldable dual display devices that feature hinged displays. < / P > < p > the foldable iPhone is similar in design language to the current iPhone 11. It has a round stainless steel frame without “bangs”, but has a small forehead on the outside of the display screen for face ID. After 12 years, “world class Super project” Shantou Bay Tunnel ushers in a historic breakthrough today