Apple's cofounder is worried the iPhone maker has fallen behind on folding phones
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- Apple cofounder Steve Wozniak told Bloomberg he's worried that Apple isn't a leader in the newly minted folding phone market.
- Wozniak said he would like a folding phone himself.
- Last week a patent filing from Apple showed it's at least thinking about folding phone designs.
Apple cofounder Steve Wozniak is keen for Apple to get into the folding phone game.Wozniak founded Apple with Steve Jobs in 1976, and left the company in 1985. Speaking to Bloomberg, he said Apple has fallen behind in innovative designs such as folding phones.
He added that he'd like to see Apple TV expand, and that he currently prefers rival Roku.At Mobile World Congress this year Samsung and Huawei both debuted folding phones, along with a handful of other, smaller companies.
filed a patent application in mid-February which showed a folding phone design, but it's unlikely there will be a folding iPhone in the next year.Samsung and Huawei's folding phones will be expensive, at $1,980 and $2,600 respectively. Currently Apple's most expensive iPhone is the XS Max at $1099.
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