Apple is late to jump on the foldable phone bandwagon; and rumors suggest, the Cupertino company has no intention of releasing a variant any time before 2025 either. This leaves other companies, led by Samsung, to delve deep and explore the domain. This means Apple fanboys have nothing more than their own backs to keep if they have to see how and what the iOS can do on a form factor that folds in the middle.
This was something a YouTuber modders had in mind perhaps before he ripped off an iPhone X (a few other models in the process) to fit its innards into a Motorola Razr chassis. The end result is a foldable iPhone that breaks the mold of the much-anticipated debut.
The modded iPhone folds in half and is called the iPhone V. In addition to the folding function, the modder has been able to keep the phone pretty authentic by running iOS, and a screen as good as the Retina display. It’s an interesting concept that however substantiates the fact that foldable phones with more screen real estate look good but only if the folding mechanism and the thickness can be perfected.