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Apple may introduce its first foldable tab in 2024: Samsung

South Korean giant Samsung has predicted that arch-rival Apple is preparing to launch a foldable tablet by 2024. Samsung’s mobile experience team recently met with suppliers and is “feeling optimistic about the foldable market,” according to reports. Camel. Also Read – Samsung Galaxy A73 and Galaxy A33 Get One UI 5.0 Stable: Find Out What’s New

Apple will launch its first foldable tablet in 2024: Samsung

According to them, Apple will likely unveil its first foldable gadget by 2024, but it won’t be the iPhone. “Although the iPhone Fold is in high demand, the technology may not be ready yet,” the report said. Also Read – Apple Supplier Foxconn Plans to Quadruple Workforce at Indian iPhone Factory

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Earlier, industry analyst firm CCS Insight predicted that the tech giant would start experimenting with foldable technology soon.

Apple has not yet entered the lucrative foldable market, which Samsung already leads.

“Currently, it doesn’t make sense for Apple to make a foldable iPhone. We think they’ll avoid this trend and possibly dip their toe in water with the foldable iPad,” said Ben Wood, the company’s head of research.

“A foldable iPhone would be too risky for Apple. First, it would have to be incredibly expensive not to take apart existing iPhones.” It is said that the company is not planning to launch a foldable iPhone, but instead plans to launch a foldable tablet or laptop.

The company has been exploring foldable technology for roughly 20-inch screens. As for pricing, the Apple foldable device is expected to hit stores with a price tag of around $2,500, Apple analysts suggested.

Samsung revealed that the foldable smartphone market is expected to grow by 80 percent by 2025. The company added that about 90 percent of foldable smartphone users are convinced to buy another foldable phone in the future.

– With input from IANS