Apple’s next flagships, the iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus aren’t expected to be available until September 2016, but the internet is already awash with its purported specifications and designs. Among many rumours, another rumour suggests that Apple will drop its 16GB storage option in favour of a 32 GB option, aimed to provide sufficient capacity.
Kevin Wang, an IHS technology analyst who claims links in Apple’s supply chain, posted on his weibo account, the new Phone, expected to be launched in September, would come with 32 GB as its minimum storage.
Apple has designed its models with a 16GB of storage capacity since 2011’s 4s, but as apps and photos takes more space on the device, many people have criticised that the 16GB storage capacity is not enough.
Apple has also been rumoured to be getting four speakers, dual camera and is believed to eliminate the headphone jack.
Also read: iPhone 7 rumours.
It is possible for the rumour to be true, but is yet to be confirmed. More information will be revealed closer to the launch....