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Apple Plans To Produce Foldable MacBook By 2027

Priyanshu Tiwari  |   Mar 11, 8:54 AM   |   6 min read

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  • Ming-Chi Kuo reveals Apple's plan to prioritize a foldable MacBook over iPhones and iPads.

  • Foldable MacBook will be a 20.3-inch device, and the mass production of it will start by 2027.

  • Last week, Apple announced a new MacBook Air lineup with M3 processors, boasting significant performance improvements.

Over the past few years, foldable devices have taken over the high-end segment of the tech industry. Samsung and Huawei started the trend of producing foldable devices like the Galaxy Flip, Galaxy Fold, and Huawei Mate X, while Apple fans have been waiting for them to produce a foldable device of their own. While users were waiting for Apple to announce anything about producing foldable devices, Ming-Chi Kua, a renowned Apple analyst, talked about Apple’s future with foldable devices.


According to Ming-Chi Kua’s X post (formerly Twitter), mass production of foldable iPhones and iPads might not be Apple’s top priority at the moment. Unexpectedly, Apple is looking forward to producing a foldable MacBook to mass-produce them by 2027. Ming-Chi also shared specifications about Apple’s foldable MacBook.


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Apple To Start Mass Production Of 20.3-inch Foldable MacBook By 2027



Ming-Chi Kua holds 10-years of experience as an Apple analyst and has reported accurate information from their supply chain. Ming-Chi Kua shared that Apple does not have a roadmap for the foldable iPhones and iPads. At the moment, Apple has a “clear development schedule” for the mass production of a foldable MacBook. Ming-Chi Kua shared that Apple will be producing a 20.3-inch foldable MacBook and will be entering mass production by 2027.


Apple Announces New MacBook Air Lineup With M3 Processor



Last week, Apple announced the new MacBook Air lineup with the M3 processors. The lineup includes a 13-inch and 15-inch MacBook Air with an M3 chipset, offering up to 60 percent faster than the model with the M1 chip and up to 13x faster than the fastest Intel-based MacBook Air. While talking about the addition of the M3 chipset in the MacBook Air series,  Greg Joswiak, Apple’s senior vice president of Worldwide Marketing, said:


MacBook Air is our most popular and loved Mac, with more customers choosing it over any other laptop. And today it gets even better with the M3 chip and new capabilities. From college students pursuing their degrees to business users who need powerful productivity or anyone who simply wants the unmatched combination of performance, portability, and industry-leading battery life, all in a fanless design, the new MacBook Air continues to be the world’s best thin and light laptop.

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