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Kuo: Apple Planning 20-Inch MacBook With Foldable Screen

Apple analyst Ming-Chi Kuo said the company plans to produce a 20-inch MacBook with a foldable screen within three years.


“Apple’s only foldable device with a known development schedule is the 20.3-inch MacBook, which is slated to go into mass production in 2027,” Kuo wrote in a post on X today. He did not disclose any other information on the equipment.


Kuo is the third source to propose the potential of a 20-inch MacBook, following display industry researcher Ross Young and Korean website The Elec.


Apple’s 16-inch MacBook Pro is the largest laptop it currently sells. The business formerly marketed a 17-inch MacBook Pro, which was discontinued in 2012. When fully extended, the new foldable MacBook’s screen would be around 20 inches diagonally; however, Kuo withheld any information regarding the specifics of the device’s design.


According to Kuo, Apple’s sole foldable device with a defined development timeline is the 20-inch MacBook, implying that a foldable iPad or iPhone is unlikely anytime soon.

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