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Apple is working on a foldable iPhone which could be released as early as 2024, according to analyst Ming-Chi Kuo.
In a research note seen by MacRumors, Kuo said that he expects iPhones with under-screen Touch ID to arrive in 2023. Previously, he'd predicted they would arrive by next year; however, development has purportedly been slower than expected.
In the same note, Kuo says the Apple's first foldable iPhone will launch in 2024, a year later than previously predicted. Business Korea recently reported that Apple and LG are developing a foldable OLED panel that uses etching to decrease thickness and is likely 7.5-inches in size. The site believes Apple's first foldable smartphone will have a clamshell design; however, it says the company is working on both types of foldable designs – "one whose upper and lower sides meet each other and one whose right and left sides meet each other".

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