Apple removes the Watch 6 from its store list and develops a rotatable iPhone

Apple removes the Watch 6 from its store list and develops a rotatable iPhone
Apple removes the Watch 6 from its store list and develops a rotatable iPhone

Famous Apple analyst Ming-Chi Kuo said that a foldable iPhone won’t appear until 2024, and a report by Phonearena indicates that Apple may be working on an iPhone with a foldable screen with a different name: “Rotatable screen”, as rotatable phones are Phones feature foldable OLED screens that rotate around an angle, and some models have already appeared for that.

According to PhoneArena reports, Apple’s new patent application includes a cross-section of the foldable iPhone, and inside the phone, the screen curves around where a roller is inside the device, and Apple notes in the patent application that “a portion of a flexible screen may be stored in an interior area of ​​the housing when The housing is in the unexpanded state, and in the non-expanded state, the flexible screen may have one or more curvatures and may double back on itself one or more times.”

Apple also filed for a new patent in June this year titled Electronic Devices With Expandable Sliding Screens. Expandable sliding screens are another way to describe a foldable phone, and the screen will roll left or right, in this case. So you could say that the screen slides as it gets bigger.

And The Verge revealed that Apple removed the Apple Watch Series 6 from its official list after the launch of the new Apple Watch Series 7, and about a month after its official announcement at the event last September, which also saw the announcement of the iPhone 13 series.

If the user wants to buy a new Apple watch, he will have only three options: The new Series 7, whose price starts at $399, the SE Watch, which starts at $279, and the Series 3 watch, whose price starts at $199. The user can buy Series 6 watch if he wants to, but not from Apple directly, but he has to search for stores that provide this watch, including Amazon.

 
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