A couple months away from the new iPhone presentation, new rumors still floating around the web. According to the Wall Street Journal, the iPhone 7 entry level storage will start at 32 GB, eliminating the 16 GB that some users are accustomed to. Recall that earlier this year where we saw some rumor that the iPhone 7 entry level storage of 16 GB.
More rumors keep coming to our office, true or not, that remains to be seen. What we do know is that Wall Street Journal confirmed much of what we already knew, saying that the iPhone 7 ride similar to the iPhone 6 and iPhone 6s, but with redesigned antenna lines and a power headphones completely renovated design.
It seems that two of the three storage options for the iPhone 7 will be the 32 GB and 128 GB, while several sources have echoed the news and commented that at least Plus 5.5-inch model will be available with 256 GB of storage. Still not clear if the 4.7-inch model will also have the option of storing 256 GB. The current storage options for both the iPhone 6S and iPhone 6S Plus include 16GB, 64GB, and 128GB.
The Wall Street Journal has previously confirmed that the iPhone 7 will have a slimmer design than the iPhone 6s, no headphone 3.5 mm port and a better waterproofing. Other features include the rumored faster Apple processor A10, the redesigned antenna band, faster LTE and Wi-Fi improved. Camera improvements, possibly including double camera and 3GB of RAM, exclusive to 7 Plus model.
(source: The Wall Street Journal)