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Why a folding iPhone might be coming soon

The Weekender
You might be fondling a folding iPhone sooner than you think.
Waiting until a nascent technology becomes viable, then weaving it into a breakthrough iPhone model, is a time-tested Apple move. And in this week’s top story, Ed Hardy runs down the clues that indicate a folding iPhone could arrive in the near future.
An 8-inch iPhone that folds down small enough to fit in your pocket? That sounds like something that would make phablet fans totally flip out.
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