Apple Stock News: Building M2 Ultra, First Foldables, iPhone 17 Slim

Apple Stock News: M2 Ultra and M4-Powered AI Servers


Apple Stock News: Apple is constructing AI servers with its own M2 Ultra chip, according to analyst Jeff Pu. These servers, currently being assembled by Foxconn, are expected to be powered by the M4 chip by late 2025. This move aligns with Apple’s strategy of vertically integrating its supply chain and improving data center performance and AI capabilities. Pu predicts Apple will unveil on-device AI features at WWDC, with the iPhone 17 in 2025 being more AI-focused.

Apple’s First Foldables Coming in 2025 and 2026


Apple plans to start mass-producing its first foldable devices in 2025 and 2026. These devices, including a large-screen foldable iPad or MacBook and a foldable iPhone, are progressing quickly in Apple’s supply chain. Production of a 20.3-inch foldable device is expected to begin in late 2025, earlier than anticipated. Additionally, Apple’s first foldable iPhone, featuring a 7.9-inch or 8.3-inch display, is set for mass production in late 2026, potentially establishing a new high-end smartphone line for the company.

iPhone 17 Slim


An early rumor suggests that Apple is planning an “iPhone 17 Slim” model, as noted by analyst Jeff Pu in a recent research note. This model is expected to feature a 6.6-inch display, a slimmer design, an A18 or A19 chip, 8GB of RAM, a 24-megapixel front camera, and a 48-megapixel telephoto camera. Display industry analyst Ross Young suggests the display size could be 6.55 inches. Pu anticipates this model will have an aluminum chassis and some external design changes, but specifics are yet to be revealed. Apple is likely to announce the iPhone 17 lineup in September 2025, though features may evolve before then.

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