Is a folding iPad in your future?
Apple may finally have a plan in place for its own folding devices, and it looks like they are taking a page from the Microsoft playbook. The information, which comes from a patent filing unearthed by Patently Apple, details a dual-screen folding device akin to the upcoming Microsoft Surface Duo.
As is always the case with patents, the act of filing it doesn’t indicate that Apple is going to produce the product, and this isn’t even the first Apple folding device patent we’ve seen. Still, it’s interesting to see what they are at least considering.
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