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Foldable Smartphone from Apple in Two Years?

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Source: https://m.gsmarena.com/apple_to_unveil_its_foldable_smartphone_in_2023-news-48936.php

Do you think Apple will dominate foldable smartphone market like they do with regular smartphones? I am honestly looking forward to it. So far, Samsung and few other tech giants have the biggest potential to shine in that segment but never know what Apple will surprise us with.

Bionic
a month ago
What do you think of this?
HappyTravels
HappyTravelsa month ago

Bionic yes, it would be healthy to have a bit of competition. Although it seems any new innovation just keeps the price of these gadgets elevated. Wish they would reduce the prices.

What I do like about Samsung is that you can split the screen and have two apps running side by side at the same time. So you could be watching a movie on one side and playing a game on the other or writing a list etc. It's very handy and I use this function much more than I ever thought I would. I don't know if other brands do it but I don't think Apple do that....yet. I wonder what they'll think of next?

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Bionic
Bionic
Original Poster
a month ago

Samsung is more innovative. Apple prefers to release more polished products. That's how I see it. Anyway, love competition between them as we, the consumers, are the biggest winners here 🙂

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PhilipMarc
PhilipMarca month ago

My problem with Samsung is that their phones/tablets come preinstalled with junk apps. Thankfully, they can be removed via Dev/Windows.

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Bionic
Bionic
Original Poster
a month ago

PhilipMarc I know what you mean and I agree.

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PhilipMarc
PhilipMarca month ago

They always wait for other companies to release their hardware, and then Apple goes, improves the technology and charges $1k+ for it. What a con.

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Bionic
Bionic
Original Poster
a month ago

To be honest, if their product is better, I don't mind. However, they are also very innovative. Good example are M1 chips.

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PhilipMarc
PhilipMarca month ago

So innovative they've gotten rid of the headphone jack. I use it daily. Bionic

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