This iPhone 12 Flip video is what we hope foldable iPhone would look like
Apple is tipped to launch four new iPhone models this fall. However, none of those iPhone models are expected to get a foldable display.
Apple, for long, has been said to be working on a foldable iPhone. Numerous patent applications in the past have hinted towards the company designing a foldable display iPhone. Now, a graphic designer who goes by the name iOS Beta News has created ‘an iPhone 12 Flip' concept that uses design elements that iPhone 12 is expected to get to visualise how a foldable iPhone would look like.
The video of the foldable display iPhone that was shared via the Concepts iPhone YouTube channel shows the ‘iPhone 12 Flip' sports a full-screen display with a punch-hole camera that is placed in the top-centre part of the screen. It has an earpiece that is hidden in the top extremely thin bezels of the phone. It has two microphones at the bottom of the phone, volume buttons on the left side and the start button on the right side.
The phone has a curved edge flat-screen display along with a frosted-glass back and metallic edges. The iPhone 12 Flip has a second colour-screen display on the outside that is placed on the second half of the phone. The first half of the back has a triple rear camera setup along with an LED flash that is placed inside an iPhone 11 Pro Max-like squarish camera module.
Overall, the iPhone 12 Flip looks like a foldable display variant of what reports so far have purported the iPhone 12 to be. That said, it is highly unlikely that Apple will launch a foldable display iPhone this year. Apple is said to be launching four new iPhone 12 models this year. While one will come with a 5.8-inch display, there will be two models with a 6.1-inch display. The company will also launch a premium version iPhone 12 model that will sport a 6.7-inch display. None of these iPhone models are tipped to get a foldable display yet. But we will keep an eye out for details.
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