Samsung has been teasing people with the idea of a foldable device for several years now. The company hasn't officially released any products of this type at this time, but perhaps there is a chance that something like this will hit the market in the near future.

Apple may have seen a great potential with folding smartphones, as Android Authority reported that the tech giant will be partnering with LG to produce flexible screens of their own.

In addition, Apple is also looking to reboot the cult-classic TV series “Amazing Stories.”

We may see folding iPhones as early as 2020

Apple partnered with Samsung to produce OLED screens on the iPhone X.

However, Apple sought assistance from a different manufacturer to help them build a folding device and reportedly plans to partner with LG. According to Android Authority, Apple plans to release an iPhone with a flexible screen in the year 2020.

As for Samsung and LG, both companies have been developing foldable screens for a very long time now. Perhaps the general public will finally get their hands on such devices next year, which would give them a significant head-start to grab a big chunk of the potential market share.

However, Android Authority did note that these are merely rumors and should be taken with a grain of salt. Samsung is already speculated to earn big money with their partnership with Apple, assuming that the iPhone X sells well, and it probably will.

Apple plans to reboot ‘Amazing Stories’

The tech giant is not only busy with their hardware business and also plans to dip into the realm of entertainment as well, with plans of making a reboot of the beloved TV series – Steven Spielberg’s “Amazing Stories.”

According to a report by Variety, Apple already made a deal with Amblin Entertainment and Universal Television, the same companies that produced the original series.

Apple commissioned a total of 10 episodes as part of the deal.

Jennifer Salke, the president of NBC Entertainment, said in a statement, “It’s wonderful to be reunited with our colleagues Zack Van Amburg and Jamie Erlicht in their new capacity at Apple. We love being at the forefront of Apple’s investment in scripted programming,” cited by Variety.

This is not the first time Apple has ventured in entertainment though.

In June, Apple launched their own original show called “Planet of the Apps,” a competition series with Gwyneth Paltrow,, Gary Vaynerchuk, and Jessica Alba as judges of the show.