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Apple teams up with LG Display for foldable iPhone

Apple teams up with LG Display for foldable iPhone

To the consumer, Apple and Samsung may be like two titans, embroiled in an eternal battle for their hard-earned cash but, behind the scenes, the two are not only partners but also heavily dependent on one another. Samsung could be the first one to come with a foldable screen as soon as next year.

According to a report published by The Korea Investor, Apple was claimed to have begun working on an IPhone prototype with a foldable display.

The news comes in a report from The Investor who has revealed that Apple and LG are developing a foldable display for a future smartphone.

Apple is apparently trying to create a foldable iPhone, and LG is reportedly supplying the displays.

Last month, Apple made history when it released iPhone X. This smartphone refreshed everyone's idea of what an iPhone should look like and it completely changed up the expectations for future Apple devices.

Reports from Korea say Apple and LG are unlikely to have anything ready commercially until 2020, giving Samsung the chance to build a healthy lead in the process.

While I'd love nothing more than to see something different from Apple like this folding smartphone, I think we should be a little cautious about getting to ahead of the game with this rumor. The tech major is reportedly collaborating with LG Display on a foldable handset. In case you aren't aware, Kuo is widely regarded as a credible source for all things Apple. It wouldn't be the first time we saw Apple take something someone else invented and ideal it to an extent where we actually think that it is an innovation. Some sources claim that Apple might invest in the new plant that LG is setting up to beef up the OLED panel production but the detail regarding this is scarce for now. Already, LG manufactures most of the displays used by Apple. There are chances, however, that Apple could launch these new products in the first half of 2018.