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The first flexible iPhone may come out in a couple of years. If Apple fixes all problems soon

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Analyst Ming-Chi Kuo, known for his predictions about Apple, says the flexible iPhone could come out in 2023. That is, Apple will not be in a hurry with this form factor.

Kuo also adds that the main display of such a smartphone will have a diagonal of 7.5-8 inches, that is, comparable to the current flexible smartphones.

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The analyst adds that the possibility of launching the device in 2023 will depend on whether Apple can solve key technology and mass production problems this year. Of course, the flexible iPhone will be much more popular than the existing smartphones of this class, which means that Apple must be confident in the reliability of the devices and in production partners.

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