Apple Killing Off 64GB iPhone, 1TB Option Finally Being Added
Apple is projected to take the wraps off the new iPhone 13 as soon as this week, and in a research note, reliable analyst Ming-Chi Kuo provides us with an early look at the storage versions to be introduced for the 2021 generation.
One of the biggest changes is the demise of the 64GB version on all iPhones, as Apple is upgrading the base configurations to 128GB.
This makes perfect sense given the operating system itself is also growing in size and users also store more photos and videos on their devices. As a result, offering more storage by default is the right way to go, despite Apple also betting big on cloud storage via iCloud.
Public launch this week
So according to Kuo, there will no longer be a 64GB version of the mini and the standard models, with the base model to now come with 128GB of storage.
The iPhone 13 mini and iPhone 13 will therefore be available in three different storage versions, namely 128GB, 256GB, and 512GB.
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