iPhone 7 Won’t Launch with 16GB Version
The next-generation iPhone will finally ditch the 16GB version that’s currently available on the 6s lineup, with Apple expected to go for a storage upgrade to the base model.
A report by the Wall Street Journal and citing sources familiar with the matter claims that the entry-level iPhone will come with 32GB of storage, instead of 16GB as is the case with the existing models. No details have been offered, but it’s very clear what Apple is aiming for with this change.
First of all, it’s worth mentioning that this isn’t the first time we’re hearing about such an upgrade, so the chances are that it’s true and the next iPhone will no longer come with a 16GB version.