In a new tweet and also in a YouTube interview shared by Jon Rettinger, serial leaker Jon Prosser says that Apple is working on a foldable iPhone prototype featuring two separate displays that are connected by a hinge.
Apple’s “foldable” iPhone isn’t really a foldable. 🧐
The current prototype has two separate display panels on a hinge.
Round, stainless steel edges like current iPhone 11 design.
No notch — tiny forehead on outter display that houses Face ID.
— Jon Prosser (@jon_prosser) June 15, 2020
Prosser says the current prototype has two separate display panels connected by a hinge and features rounded, stainless steel edges like the design used in iPhone 8 thru iPhone 11.
MacDailyNews Take: This iPhone Duo™ foldable iPhone prototype certainly seems much more durable than a single “foldable” display with a noticeable ridge, groove, or spine down the middle as with other foldable devices that try to utilize flexible OLEDs.