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The first iPhone can be delayed until 2025

The first iPhone can be delayed until 2025

The folding iPhone can be reached late than everyone expects, a situation that can have many readings for Apple's work in this sector.

A new report signed by Display Supply Chain Consultants Ross Yong indicates that Apple is likely to postpone the version of Apple's folding until 2025.

This may mean delay for nearly two years.

"We have reduced our expectations to enter Apple to the folding smartphone market for two years until 2025 after discussions with our supply chain contacts. The company does not seem to be in a hurry to enter the folding smartphone market, and it may take longer." The company says.

Given these new expectations, the question arises is whether Apple has arrived very late to market is a great growth and is now dominated by Samsung.

With devices such as Galaxy Z Fold3 and Z Galaxy FLIP3, Samsung tops the market at the moment. The manufacturer owns a market share approaching 80 per cent, according to the supply chain consultant (DSCC).

The reliable analyst for Ming-Chi Kuo in the past is expected that Apple may sell 20 million units of the first folding iPhone when in the market finally.

In this way, Apple's entry in this sector can improve competition and make these devices accessible to users.

The first iPhone can be delayed until 2025