Fans were highly disappointed when the iPhone 6S range was unveiled with 16GB base storage last year. Apple did not even change its stance with the iPhone SE, but it seems that the iPhone 7 launch could see the company having a change of mind.
A report is suggesting that the new range of smartphones that is supposed to be launched later this year will ship with models offering 32GB of storage as standard. Whether the further options will be 64GB and 128GB or 128GB and 256GB is still unclear, but what matters is that the paltry 16GB ROM will be gone for good.
Kevin Wang who happens to be the Director of Market Research at IHS Technology has cited ‘supply chain research’ to reveal that the new iPhone will feature 2GB of RAM and 32GB of storage. This means that the RAM module will be staying the same as that on iPhones 6S and SE.
The Apple iPhone 7 has been in the rumor mills since a pretty long time, and this has led to a number of its specifics leaking out from time to time. We have learned that the new devices will feature a refreshed design that will change the placement of the antenna bands to make the rear of the device look cleaner.
Also, there are talks about the ‘Plus’ model from this range having being turned into a ‘Pro’ model in accordance to Apple’s recent branding practices. This variant is believed to feature a two-camera setup on its rear surface.
September is when Apple generally unveils its new iPhones, and the 7 range too is expected to come out during that time.